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Adams Morgan Farmers Market 2018-09-21T16:22:55+00:00

Adams Morgan Farmers Market

The Adams Morgan Farmers Market runs from May through December in SunTrust Plaza at the corner of 18th Street and Columbia Road.

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22,
8:00AM – 1:00PM, RAIN OR SHINE

18th Street and Columbia Rd

PLEASE HELP US REDUCE THE USE OF PLASTIC BAGS AND BRING YOUR OWN BAGS – LARGER and SMALL 
The weather looks good for Saturday!

So come to the market for:

  • MAGNESS PEARS – considered the most delicious pears in the region. These rare pear trees do not bear fruit every year. Raised with no chemical pesticides.  So come and try.
  • HONEYCRISP APPLES – at $2.29/lb, these are the most affordably priced of these delicious fruit.
  • We’ll also have a variety of early fall APPLES including FUJI, SMOKEHOUSE and COX ORANGE PIPPIN (a rare British variety)
  • PEACHES and NECTARINES – yes, we’ll still have a very few MANGO NECTARINES and ELBERTA PEACHES! end of the year
  • HEIRLOOM TOMATOES – 8-14 varieties – best time for sauce quality.

We’ll also be featuring: (this is the last of the season for some items so come early!)

  • RED and GOLD BARTLETT PEARS
  • GOLD SHINSEIKE ASIAN PEARS – juicy and crisp
  • YELLOW CORN – very sweet!  3/$2.00. Come early!
  • SPINACH – Packed in 1 gallon bags – great for salads.
  • GREEN and YELLOW SQUASH – These are at their peak from our farm (pesticide-free). Large size – $1.49/lb.  Regular – 42.29/lb
  • CUCUMBERS – Crisp and fresh
  • HERBS – fresh, small bunch of THYME and OREGANO.  And bunches of MINT.
  • VINE-RIPENED TOMATOES – Rich beefsteak taste. Winding down
  • SAUCE TOMATOES in quantity and by the basket (25/lbs)
  • RADISHES – Beautiful fresh bunches.
  • GARLIC – large “German White” variety just picked.
  • Pesticide-free APPLES and PEACHES from our farm. 
  • BASIL – Large bunches – Now’s the time to make Pesto.

We’ll also have:

  • KALE
  • COLLARDS
  • POTATOES – fresh dug
  • ONIONS
  • …and other seasonal goodies 

Don’t forget to bring bags.

See you at the market on Saturday,
Licking Creek Bend Farm