Jim and Alice Breger
They grow seasonal vegetables such as asparagus, broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, heirloom tomatoes, pumpkins, winter squash, turnips and rutabagas. They also have cut flowers, bedding plants, roses, trees and other perennials, as well as seasonal wreaths, swags and pine roping.
Anchor Nursery’s Facebook Page
Backyard Jams and Jellies
Bay Water Greens
Sixth generation family owned and operated hydroponic and hydro-soil farm produces lettuces, radishes, beets, kale, arugula, watercress, kale, endive, and more.
Kelly and Mark Leishear
All natural, organic cookies. No Trans Fats, NoHydrogenated Oils, No Artificial Ingredients, NoPreservatives, No Refined Sugars, and No High Fructose or any Corn Syrup.
Carrie, Jim, Hail and Henry Bennett
Sixth-generational family farm offering exotic melons, tree ripened peaches, nectarines and farm direct blueberries. They hand select daily the largest fruit, at the peak of ripeness, to bring directly to market offering customers Delmarva’s most flavorful fruit.
Black Hog Farmstead
Helen Waite and John Feliciani
This farm uses organic and sustainable practices. They offer asparagus, onions, peas, spinach, carrots, beets, La Ratte potatoes, beans, escarole, tomatoes, figs, duck eggs, fresh herbs, cut flowers, large selection of rare and select nursery stock – Azalea ‘Winterthur’, Purple Beautyberry and others. Credit cards accepted.
Blue Skies Farm
Bernadine (Bernie) & Ray Prince
First generation farmers using organic practices, non-GMO seed, and no chemical pesticides, herbicides or fertilizers. Growing garlic, seasonal vegetables (leafy greens, edamame, heirloom tomatoes, potatoes, Italian cucumbers, horseradish root and more!), cut flowers (peonies, dahlias, annuals), and culinary herbs.
Chapel’s Country Creamery
Trisha and Jarred Boyce
Artisanal cheeses made with milk from their herd of Jersey and Holstein cows. All of the milk is free of synthetic hormones, antibiotics and chemical compounds.
Chinky Salt Oyster Co.
Chris, Trina, Gabriel, Maria, and Claire Burns
Wild and cultured oysters grown harvested and brought to you from the waterman to the table. The freshest, plump, briny oysters around and tasty chowder clams for those fall stews. Blue crabs available in season.
Davidson’s Exotic Mushrooms
Dale & Theresa Langrehr John Davidson
Portabello, Shitake, Crimini, Oyster and Other Exotic Mushrooms.
Earth Harmony Produce
Vegetables, herbs and flowers grown without chemical pesticides, herbicides, or fertilizers. Offering varieties of greens, tomatoes, peas, beans, hot peppers, pesto, and more. Pesticide, herbicide, & chemical free growing practices.
Sandy and Robert Mattie
Pasture raised, organically fed pork from a sustainable family farm. Retail cuts, value added products, whole and half hogs. They will also do roasting for your party. Meat the way it should be.
Elysium Farm’s Facebook page
Evans Farms Produce
Kevin and Katey Evans (Evans Farms)
Jo Ellen Algier, Kevin and Katey Evans (Frozen Farmer)
Third generation family farm specializing in watermelon, sweet corn, tomatoes, cantaloupe, canary melon, honeydew, strawberries, string beans, cucumbers, eggplant, squash, zucchini, an array of peppers and pumpkins. Farm fresh sorbets, ice cream, nice cream and popsicles.
Loretta Ficner and Family
Variety of fresh vegetables including snap peas, tomatoes, sweet corn, cauliflower and broccoli. Potted herbs. Strawberries. Sunflowers and flower bouquets.
Michael and Mary Fennemore
Asparagus, strawberries, blueberries, plums, nectarines, heirloom flat peaches, yellow and white freestone peaches, corn, tomatoes, fresh shelled peas, rhubarb, heirloom tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, raspberries, blackberries, tart cherries, apples, pumpkins, apple cider.
Ann and Joe Fischer
This small farm, focused on quality and variety, has apples, plums, and Asian pears.
Fresh Harvest Hydroponics
Fresh Harvest Hydroponics is a family owned and operated business that specializes in pesticide, and herbicide free produce. Hydroponic lettuce is available all year! Varieties include: spinach, mixed greens, butter lettuce, arugula and romaine.
Fresh Harvest Hydroponics’ Facebook Page
Good News Natural Foods
Sharon and Ray Fields • Marcia Collins
Prepared healthy foods. An array of gluten-free salads, soups and desserts. Vegetarian selections also available. All offerings prepared with local and organic ingredients. Some selections are dairy-free, egg free, and cholesterol free.
Good News Natural Foods’ Facebook Page
Specialty cut flowers, and herbs. Gourmet and specialty produce – all grown without synthetic pesticides and fertilizers.
Herbs, Spice, Everything Nice
David & Cheryl Wiley
USDA Certified Organic Farm specializing in European and American Heirloom Vegetables. Over 100 Tomato, Pepper, Eggplant & Squash Varieties. Assorted kales, Italian and Asian Greens, Figs. Herbs, Scented Geraniums, Topiary, Vegetable & Flowering Plants.
Herbs, Spice, Everything Nice’s Facebook Page
Honey Bee Lake Apiary
Local raw honey and beeswax candles and soaps.
Tommy Eliason and his sister Susan Eliason
Fresh cucumbers, eggplant, sweet corn, peppers, sweet potatoes, watermelon and cantaloupe.
Sharon Harris and Marie Mayor
Several varieties of potted lavender, lavender honey and other products.They also offer “The Soap Fairy” natural handcrafted soaps, bath salts, and lotions.
Crystal Giesey and Misty Fields
A sustainable and organic cut flower farm located in Parsonsburg, MD. The farm grows unique, uncommon, and heirloom flowers with use of organic practices. The farm is family run, and they are dedicated to the seasonal flower movement.
Masterpiece Flower’s Facebook page
Nice Farms Creamery
American Corner, MD
Bob and Jaclynne Miller
Cream-line milk, chocolate milk, and yogurt from pastured grass-fed dairy cows-free from artificial hormones. Small-batch ice cream fresh from the heard – in containers.
Nice Farms Creamery Facebook Page
Oksana’s Produce Farm is a small scale pesticides free farm located in Chestertown Maryland, where we grow a diverse mix of vegetables and herbs and process cabbage and other vegetables to fermented food.
Old World Breads
Old World Breads are handcrafted and baked in his artisan bakery in Nassau, Delaware. Beginning with the finest ingredients: King Arthur flour, filtered water, yeast and salt. Each item is hand formed to create the delicate textures, flavors and golden crust reminiscent of European breads.
The Point Coffee House and Bakery
Rehoboth Beach, DE
Jennifer and Jeffery Zerby
Fresh roasted coffee, cold brew iced coffee, and foccacia with assorted toppings, including a gluten-free option.
Priapi Gardens is a USDA certified organic vegetable farm and garden center. Their USDA organic vegetable garden is constantly changing patchwork of leafy greens, crunchy carrots, radishes, fresh herbs, juicy strawberries, succulent tomatoes, peppers, onions, sugar snap peas, arugula, and many other specialty vegetables.
Family farm specializing in Dry-Aged, Natural, Premium Angus Beef. The dry-aging process provides exceptional taste with no artificial hormones or antibiotics. Premium cuts of steaks, roasts, steakburgers, and smoked products available year-round.
Rock Hall, MD
Bill and Cindy Bankhead
Various cuts of lamb, lamb sausage, yarn, wool roving, raw wool, blankets, socks and more. Springfield Farms has sold internationally acclaimed lamb and wool for 35 years.
Springfield Farm’s Facebook Page
The best bagels south of Brooklyn hot from the oven! The most healthy, tasty and honest food, along with the best service. Grab a bagel and a coffee and tour the Market.
Rob Dick, Shauna Thompson, Wayne Hawkins
Situated on 27 acres in Milton, DE, Totem Farms focuses on uncommon varieties of cherry tomatoes, peppers, lettuces, greens, and other vegetables.
Totem Farm’s Facebook Page
Twin Post Farm
Princess Ann, MD
Eileen and Ned Dykes
Eggs from free-range chicken and duck fed all natural grain with no antibiotics.