Thursday, October 4, 2012

Farmer's Markets

Growing a vegetable garden for yourself is a very rewarding experience and gives you highly nutritious food for your family. However, growing every thing for yourself is not plausible. You might not have room for a large peach tree, or a good corn patch. During the late summer and fall months we like to frequent farmers markets to pick up great produce at a great price. It is also feels great to support local farmers and business's. Here are a few of the things we picked up on our last visit.
Local Honey is not only very tasty, but is also very good for you. You can usually find different kinds of honey that are fun to try.

Fresh peaches are hard to beat in the fall. Get enough to eat and preserve for later. So many great things you can do with a good batch of peaches!
Farmers markets might be ending soon in your area, so take advantage while you still can. What a great way to celebrate the season of Harvest.

Happy Gardening, Happy Harvest!

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