Kale was everywhere, garlic was braided, pumpkins sprouted bouquets, sunflowers transformed, and Brussels Sprouts branched out. Oh and there were more new apple varieties too!

  • Harvest Moon Flower Farm outdid themselves with decorative garlic braids and pretty little pumpkin pots for small bouquets.
  • Sunflowers showed up in those bouquets, and also at Weathered Plow, plus Compean & Sons had huge sunflower heads full of sunflower seeds.
  • Weathered Plow also had Brussels Sprouts along with turnips, okra, sweet potatoes, specialty pumpkins, potted mums, and more.
  • Brussels Sprouts were also at Full Hand Farm as well as radicchio, chard, celery, bok choy, herbs, kale, celeriac, and collards.
  • Earthly Delights had bok choy too plus mini pumpkin pies, sweet potatoes, pumpkins, onions, cauliflower beets, and broccoli.
  • Sweet potatoes were available at Annabelles Garden as were Bartlett and Bosc pears, rainbow carrots, red potatoes, tomatillos, and cabbage.
  • Norman Mullet Farm also had cabbage, along with rhubarb, black radishes, huge daikons, beets, broccoli, cauliflower, and winter squash.
  • Broccoli and cauliflower were at Funny Bone Farm too as well as 3 kinds of kale, beets, radishes, tomatoes, and homemade salsas.
  • Compean & Sons had multicolored cauliflower, peppers, tomatoes, pumpkins, gourds, apples, and their own signature blend of cider.
  • Tomatoes were still available at Fields Farm Fresh too, and they had watermelons, corn, tons of sweet and hot peppers, eggplant, green beans, lettuce, and winter squash.
  • Azalia Farm Market still had watermelons, plus lots of pumpkins, gourds, okra, zucchini, sweet potatoes, cabbage, and winter squash.
  • Asian pears and Idared apples were added to the menu at Wild’s Apple Farm.
  • Lee”s Orchard added Gold Rush and Arkansas Black apples to their list of offerings.
  • New vendor Groomsville brought popcorn and popping corn.
  • Circle City Sweets had Pear Gorgonzola and Kale Vegetable soups.
  • And there was new Elderberry Syrup at Hidden Pond Farm.