Many of you have done the hard work of garden prep and may be considering purchasing plants from big box stores. But, wait!
Visit the Coppell Farmers Market (CFM) Saturday, March 9th & every Saturday in April for the most vibrant and healthy plant selection in the metroplex. Our farmers have taken special care to grow a variety of vegetable and fruit seedlings, Texas Natives, herbs, and ornamentals.
GROWERS TO VISIT IN APRIL:
- Weathertop Farm for vegetable garden seedlings grown in soil blocks without synthetics. See this archived story about the seedling growing process by owner Chris Buckalew.
- Bridges Heritage Growers for specialty vegetable seedlings and natives grown without synthetics.
- Sundance Garden for natives, landscaping plants, vegetable garden seedlings and some fruit trees.
- Aunt Sue’s Barn for some fruit and landscaping plants.
Don’t miss out! The quality of each grower’s locally-produced plants surpasses anything to be found commercially.
SATURDAY MARCH 9TH: COPPELL COMMUNITY GARDEN ANNUAL SEEDLING SALE
Proceeds benefit the organization’s mission to create community and feed the hungry.
- Early Girl
- Better boy
- Cherokee Purple
- German Johnson
- Black Beauty
- Ping Tung
- Bell Peppers
- Snack Peppers
The Coppell Farmers Market fulfils grocery needs year-round. Producers and farmers are vetted.
Open 8am-noon on Saturdays, located at 768 w. Main St. in Old Town Coppell.
See What’s Fresh to plan your grocery list!