We hope you’ll plan to join us on Saturdays from 9 am to 1 pm for Wentworth Greenhouses’ 2013 Summer Farmers’ Markets.

This year’s Markets begin on June 22nd and run through October 26th and will be held in the parking lot just adjacent to the main entrance of the Greenhouses.

Get to know your local farmers, growers, and food producers, as you shop the Markets and share in their expertise and knowledge about local crops and foods.  Browse local arts and crafts, treat yourself to lunch, and enjoy our ever-changing roster of local musicians.

Each Market will consist of between 12 to 16 vendors and will feature:

Locally grown organic vegetables, free range and organic beef, turkey, chicken, pork, lamb, goose, chicken and quail eggs, honey, leeks, peas, beets, carrots, broccoli, parsnips, heirloom dried beans, tomatoes, fresh herbs, summer squash, peaches, apples, plums strawberries, fresh squeezed cider (in season), sweet corn, maple sugar, blueberries, eggplant, sweet and hot peppers, salad greens, zucchini, garlic, rhubarb, blackberries, sweet melons, watermelons, organic whole milk, organic yogurt, organic Greek yogurt, home made Lebanese food and pastries, cheeses, flour, onions, fresh cream, pies, cauliflower, cucumbers, kale, NH maple syrup, fresh baked breads, local grains, jams, jellies, herbed vinegars, specialty teas and coffees, gluten free cakes and pastries, granola bars, winter squash, cabbage, radishes, fresh cut flowers, dried flowers, select specialty crafts, and live music.

A complete listing of this year’s Market participants is posted below, along with a description of their products, and their web page or email if there is one.

Wentworth Greenhouses’ year-round season of Farmers’ Markets (sponsored during the winter in collaboration with Seacoast Eat Local) was voted “Best in NH for 2012” by NH Magazine.

Please check back with us periodically for additions and more specifics about the Markets, or check us out on our Wentworth Greenhouses, Inc. Face Book page.

We look forward to celebrating the growing season with you and to seeing you at the Markets on Saturdays!



Andersons Mini Maples, Derry, NH — Maple syrup, candy and other Maple products. minimaples@juno.com

Borealis Breads, Well, Maine — Fresh baked breads and pastries.www.borealisbreads.com

Bandmoore Farm — Committed to providing fresh produce and wholesome dairy products to the Seacoast region and to farming sustainably.www.Brandmoorefarm.com

Deirdre Donchain Jewelry, South Berwick, Maine — Specializing in bench made jewelry, metal ornaments with crystal accents.
www.moonangeldesigns.com and www.ddonchain.com

Dorothy’s Daughter — Lebanese food the way I remember.www.dorothysdaughter.net

Diane Louise Paul Leather artisan — A state-juried member of the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen, Diane’s handcraft includes bell straps, dog collars, leashes, belts, fire buckets, leather covered bottles, and leather baskets.www.dlpleather.com

Hackleboro Orchards, Canterbury, NH — Apples, peaches, nectarines, plums, tomatoes, select vegetables, and pressed cider (when in season).www.HackleboroOrchards.com

Hollister Family Farms, Lee, NH — Fresh vegetables, herbs, strawberries, plums and blueberries. Aveggie4u@comcast.net

NH Farm Museum, Milton, NH — offering blackberries, blueberries, fresh cut flowers and a wide range of summer vegetables. www.farmmuseum.org

Lasting Legacy Farm, Barrington, NH — Free-range beef, chicken, pork, turkey, lamb, buffalo and elk (when available), pickled quail eggs, tallow soaps, and select summer vegetables. www.llfarm.net

Maine Herb Farm, South Berwick, Maine — featuring farm produce, herbs, greens, herbal soaps, salves, and creams. Karen is a certified herbalist.maineherbfarm@gmail.com

Patridge Farm, Haverhill, NH — Organic pork, chicken, eggs, goose, turkey, and grass fed Icelandic lamb, along with an assortment of farm raised vegetables and fruit. www.partridgefarmnh.com

The Glass Bead Tree, Barrington, NH — Hand crafted glass bead jewelry, buttons, and beaded house ware. www.theglassbeadtree.com

Ramsbotham’s Riverview Farm, Madbury, NH — Features cut and dried flowers, as well as some vegetables, fresh eggs, and black raspberries.Carolyn@riverviewfarm.com

Rising Ridge Farm, York, Maine — Offering heirloom vegetables and spring greens. llane@maine.rr.com

The Root Seller, Nottingham, NH — Specializing in locally grown root and summer vegetables.

SnackRock Baking Company, LLC., York, Maine. — specializing in a naturally delicious, preservative free granola bar. Made from all natural ingredients combined to make a gratifying, tasty bar, SnackRock Granola Bars are perfect for maintaining your energy and are “Everything A Granola Bar Should Be!”www.snackrockbaking.com

The Teatotaller, Tea House, Café, and Bistro, Somersworth, NH — offering specialty teas, coffees, drinks, sandwiches, flourless chocolate orange cake, coconut macaroons, cheesecake, and French Macaroons (all gluten-free), as well as British scones and other cakes. www.teatotallerteahouse.com

Viel Farm, Rollinsford, NH — Operating in Rollinsford since 1858, Viel’s Farm offers sweet corn, watermelon, cabbage, beets, peppers, broccoli and other summer vegetables. www.vielfarm.com.
The staffs of Wentworth Greenhouses and Seacoast Eat Local wish you
much joy and happiness throughout the fall and winter shopping months,
and of course… bon appetite!