The Lansdale Farmers’ Market located west of Philadelphia is held each Saturday, spring through late fall. The small borough market is a bevy of locally grown foods and flowers, and products made from them. For sights and sounds, and inspiration, the free-to-attend event is worth a trip. Local farmer’s markets are just another way to stay gardening.
Look for annual and perennial plants at local farmer’s markets. The prices are reasonable and your purchases support local growers.
Warm enough for a perrennial planting of Phlox and cool enough for crafting gourds into colorful pieces of art.
Need a reason to buy more tomatoes? Perhaps you will find a new variety to grow in your own garden next year.
Visit a local farmers’ market to support communities growing slow flowers and slow food.