Greenwich Farmers Market Set to Open Saturday, May 20

Nancy Moorefield, John Plasko and Judy Waldeyer prove that the farmers are family! Credit: Leslie Yager

Nancy Moorefield, John Plasko and Judy Waldeyer prove that the farmers are family! Credit: Leslie Yager

Finally, the Greenwich Farmer’s Market  opens for the season on Saturday,
May 20th, at 9:30 in the Arch Street Commuter Lot off exit 3. The market runs until 1:00pm.

Per tradition the market will open with the traditional “ringing of the bell by market master Judy Waldeyer, aka The Jam Lady. Judy runs The Herb Basket Tel. (203) 380-0580.

This summer the Greenwich Farmer’s Market has a new vendor, Norm Bloom from Copps Island Oysters in Norwalk, who will be harvesting oysters for sale.

Nancy Moore from Moorefield Herb Farm is bringing heirloom tomato plants
in gallon pots on the 20th.  Her plants include Bear Claw, Brandywine(Sudduth strain), Green Zebra, Mule Team, Granny Cantrell, Paul Robison, Black Krim,Mortgage Lifter, San Marzano (plum),Cherokee Purple and Yellow Pear.

Since Nancy has limited space in the car, she is accepting pre-orders.  Her email address is moorefieldherbfarm@yahoo.com.  Please contact her directly.

Please permit the farmers to set up, and not ask to make sales before the opening.

Once again, just a reminder that pets are not allowed in the market
area.

See also:

At Greenwich Farmers Market, Everything’s Organic from Oxen Hill Farm

Jobber-Free, Greenwich Farmer’s Market Returns on Saturdays in Horseneck Lot

Roses for Autism: From an Abandoned Farm, to Providing Valuable Work Experience for Adults with Autism

Meet the Farmer: John from Plasko’s Farm

Meet the Farmers: Sankow’s Beaver Brook Farm

Greenwich Farmers Market Featured Vendor: Moorefield Herb Farm

Meet the Farmer: Sugar Maple Farms


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