This Season (2013)
Barrie & Mandy of Mosers Produce: Starting with numerous potted vegetable plants- Over 265 tomato varieties will be available, many heirloom! Note: All tomato and other vegetable plant varieties will have fruits available at the market stand as early as mid-May!
Red Hawk Premium Peppers: Gourmet hot sauces, pepper jams, relish and mustard
Fasta & Ravioli: Come and check out our line of sauces and pesto for a quick and awesome meal. Don't forget to pick up some fresh mozzarella to go with your tomatoes.
Sarah of Larksmirth Manor: New houseplants, including water plants and cactus. Hardy Hibiscus trees in bloom. Rachel from Hidden Hollow Farms: **Wildfire Lettuce Mix is back! We always bring a variety of fresh cut herbs. Heirloom & paste tomatoes all chemical free.
Suzanne from Green Acre Farm: *Chemical-free Sweet Corn, and this season's Clover Honey...yum! Also 3 varieties of potatoes for the perfect picnic salad.
Dessie from Dn'D Farms: Dried (as in dehydrated) strawerries, & sundried tomatoes. Watch for ROYAL BURGUNDY BEANS.
Raymond Fisher of Spring Bank Acres: Homemade ice cream made from milk & cream from our own cows; natural, unrefined sugar and pure vanilla extract. Available in cones, dishes and deli containers with lids. Take some home today!
Louisa of Bell and Whistle: *NEW Flavor of Gelato – Salted Pistachio. Also making fresh-squeezed limeade. I carry gluten free baked goods...check it out.
Gemelli Bakers: **All bread is Vegan and certain loaves are Kosher: whole wheat, rye, sourdough and daily specials. Desserts you'll love!
Betsy from Egg Hill Gardens: Several varieties of garlic to go with just about every vegetable out there. Beautiful zucchini and Summer squash, perfect size for grilling. Stop by and put a bouquet together to take home to a loved one.
The closed street of Locust Lane, State College, PA Across from the Penn State Campus HUB lawn.
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Come shop with us on Locust Lane every Tuesday throughout the summer and fall. Markets are usually operating from May to November. See our Market Dates & Times page for a detail of this season. Market hours are 11:30 A.M. til. 5:30 P.M. with few exceptions.
You'll find a dazzling display of all types of locally farm grown fruits and vegetables.... but there is much, much more. Our participating baking farmers are offering lots of mouth watering baked treats of all types and portions so you'll have much to taste and see.
Some of our farmers are growing uniquely beautiful flowers and they have them available in many different arrangements or potted for you to continue growing in your homes.
So bring a friend to share the experience. Shop all day if you like.
Vendors will be glad to offer FREE tips on care of plants and hand made craft items. If you are undecided we can even help in making healthy food choices, even though we know that the customer is always the expert at our stands.
Seasonal offerings may change and the weather may not always cooperate but we will make every effort to come, rain or shine every Tuesday to bring you our best.
Take a look at a list of Our vendors and some types of things they are bringing.
Or click on the Who We Are page to learn more about our organization.
As we grow we'll offer more content to this site.