Rogers Farmers Market

Early Summer sees the first crop of cabbage, cucumbers, potatoes, beets, blueberries and green beans.

Spring is the time for early greens - asparagus, lettuce plus radishes and arrival of strawberries and raspberries.

In Mid Summer, a Market favorite, Tomatoes, are here by the bushel basket. Later, the orchard crop is on display with peaches, apples and pears, plus melons, peppers, okra and egg plant and the first of the Summer corn.

The Rogers Farmers Market brings family and friends together around a potpourri of farm fresh produce and local crafts as well as offering a unique opportunity to better understand the local farming community.  We look forward to seeing you.

Good Day to All

Fall brings cooler temperatures and an abundance of winter squash, purple hull peas, yams and then the season closes with the annual pumpkin festival.