LFP Farmers Market Opens Sunday, May 9th – Mother’s Day!
For many folks, it just wouldn’t be Mother’s Day without a spectacular bouquet from the market for every mom in your life. And you can count on the LFP Farmers Market to be overflowing with glorious arrangements of spring flowers for every taste!
Of course, the market is also the go-to destination for farm-fresh produce, meat, and eggs as well as fish, baked goods, wine, and loads of fabulous, locally produced goodies. In addition to all the longtime flower vendors, other returning vendors include:
- Alvarez Organic Farms (organic row crops)
- Bautista Farm (row crops)
- Beekeepers Secret (honey)
- Cha New Life Garden (row crops/ flowers)
- Doll House Baked Goods
- Garden Treasures (row crops)
- Greenwood Cider (hard cider)
- La Pasta LLC (pasta and sauces)
- Lopez Island Vineyards
- Martin Family Orchard (orchard fruit)
- Mollie Bear Farm (lamb and chicken)
- Patty Pan (frozen tamales)
- Seattle Pops
- Shen Zen Tea (kombucha and teas)
- Sidhu Farms (tomato plants/ frozen berries)
- Well Fed Farm (row crops, pork, chicken, eggs)
- Wilson Fish Markets (fresh and smoked salmon, fish)
The market will also welcome some new additions to the line-up like Pop’s Kettle Corn (take out only, no onsite eating) and Tin Dog Brewery.
Meanwhile, other favorite vendors will be at the market this year under new names. Cascade Valley Farm is the new name for Rainier Salsa, but don’t worry, they’ll still have that delicious salsa and chips, as well hummus and other new items. And Sua Yang Flowers is now Long Farm – new name, same beautiful flowers!
Of course, some of our popular vendors for berries, row crops, and stone fruits don’t join the market until later in the season. So until then, you can also shop the market for some wonderful garden art from guest vendors including Forest Green Enterprises, Metalwings Studio, Lady Belle Creations, and Finches & Feathers.
Check out pre-order information and the full list of vendors here.
Then grab your mask and shopping list and join us Sunday, 10-2. See you at the market!