HOURS : Open Daily (10-6) thru October. November thru mid December hours to be posted. Closed in winter except for monthly warehouse sales – sign up for our emails for dates or watch ticker on home page.
HOMEGROWN PRODUCE sold in the market begins with sweetcorn mid July-early September along with peaches & nectarines (homegrown depending on availability) mid July to early-September. The earliest homegrown apples are ready mid August and are available throughout the winter. Homegrown pears, plums and nectarines may also be found depending on availability.
LOCAL VEGETABLES (available starting in mid summer) grown by the Amish include onions, tomatoes, zucchini, squash, cabbage, broccoli, and more! Locally grown salad and herb bowls are available in the summer and early fall. Starting in mid-September there’s an abundance of winter squash and various kinds of pumpkins. In October we typically carry Ohio chestnuts, HOMEMADE Cider, UV light treated with NO preservatives is available once our apples are ready. You’ll find ciders made from a blend of apples, as well as HONEYCRISP cider (limited supply). Late October we will have our award winning GOLDRUSH cider.
SPRING & EARLY SUMMER PRODUCE & PLANTS consists of the highest quality produce we can purchase. In late April, depending on availability & quality, we may have green beans, plums, potatoes, onions, romaine lettuce, Florida tomatoes, blueberries, strawberries & more. Local strawberries start mid to late May and prior to that we work hard to locate trusted strawberry & blueberry growers in southern states. Throughout much of May we are still offering our homegrown apples & lettuce & herb bowls. Herbs grown in our greenhouse along with an assortment of plants such as elderberry plants, tomatoes plants and a few others are available occasionally. We also now offer Granville Microgreens. According to one customer, “these are the best micro greens I have ever had”.
Ohio NATIVE plants are a specialty and are plentiful in the spring. For more information on our native plants, check out our Monarch Meadows website!