Meet Our Vendors

Get to know your farmer, rancher, producer, grower, baker, fisherman, dairyman, soap maker, and even your dog biscuit maker to learn many interesting stories behind your food. For various reasons, not every vendor will be at every market; however this listing is for our most current vendors. Our farmers use various growing methods. To clarify, the produce vendors’ descriptions contain information about their farming methods: Certified Organic, Sustainably Grown, or Conventional.

Sundance Gardens

Jill Holden grows herb, flower, and vegetable transplants in her Paradise, Texas nursery, often bringing a variety of harder-to-find plants. She is known for the scones she bakes, along with her fresh butter and pimiento cheese. Jill makes quality jarred goods, like spicy dill pickles, strawberry jam, salsas, and relishes. An important lesson Jill learned from high school FFA classes was that diversification is the key. She exemplifies that by her ever expanding variety of offerings.

Jill Holden's plants

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