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A Buyer's Guide to Fruits & Vegetables

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If you are looking for fresh fruit and vegetables during this wonderful growing season in Alabama, then you might find what you're looking for in the list below. You can go to a market and buy it, go to the farm and pick it, or call and have it delivered. There's something for everyone!

Madison County

Madison County Farmers' Market
1022 Cook Avenue
Huntsville, AL 35804
Contact: Andrea Dye (256) 532-1661

7 days a week-- Seasonal

Old Warehouse Row Farmers Market
Located in an Historic Cotton Warehouse
14 Bradley Street
Madison, AL
(256) 461-8938

Saturdays 7 a.m. - noon June - September
The Actual Growers Are There To Sell Their Produce, Berries and Fruits
Many Participants Practice Chemical Free Farming
Home baked Bread Available Every Saturday
Gorgeous Home Grown Flowers
Local Honey From Greenbrier
Homemade Soaps and Lotions
Free Range Eggs
Locally Made Crafts

Adams Brothers Produce Co.
2105 Langford Ave., NW
Huntsville AL 35805
(256) 536-1561

Turner Farms
J.B. Turner, Jr.
9706 Triana Hwy
Harvest, AL 35749
(256) 722-9077

12 mi north of Huntsville; take Hwy 53 to McLemore Rd. Turn right on Wall-Triana Hwy 9706 first house on left.
June 15-Nov 30. Daily 7 am - 7 pm
Items: Corn, okra, peas, lima beans, green beans, tomatoes, cantaloupes, watermelons, muscadines, turnip & collard greens, cabbage

Saturday Market at Village of Providence
Village of Providence
7 Town Center Drive
Huntsville, AL
(256) 797-5282
12 mi north of Huntsville; take Hwy 53 to McLemore Rd. Turn right on Wall-Triana Hwy 9706 first house on left.
Every 2nd Saturday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. starting Saturday May 12th, 2007 and ending on October 13th, 2007.
Items: Local artists and farmers will be selling their art and fresh farm produce at the 2006 Village of Providence Saturday Market. Admission is FREE!

Brown Farms
384 Walnut Grove Rd
New Market, AL 35761
(256) 828-0710

From Huntsville, take Hwy 231 North Hazel Green, turn right at traffic light onto Joe Quick Rd then left on Walnut Grove Rd. Farm is on the left.
Early April-Fall. Mon-Sun 9 am-6 pm
Items: Strawberries, blackberries, wild flowers, baskets, etc.

Blue Willow Farm
Clayton J. Nave, Jr.
336 John Cross Rd
Toney, AL 35773
(256) 828-7603

From Huntsville, take Hwy 53 N. turn right on Old Railroad Bed Rd, then right on Elkwood Section Rd, then left on J. Cross Road. Farm is at dead end of road.
June 15-Aug 30
Wed - Fri 1 pm - 7 pm
Sat & Sun 7 am-7 pm
Items: Blueberries, call ahead.

From Berries to Beans
William Stewart
12311 Bell Road
Huntsville, AL 35803
(256) 883-5419

South Parkway to Hobbs Rd. Left on Bell ¾ mi to 2311
May 10 - Nov 30
Daily; daylight hours. Please call before coming.
Items: Blueberries, peas, corn, green beans, lima beans, blackberries, other vegetables

Mary Mac Berry Farm
Robert McNabb
Mary Lou McNabb
2060 Dug Hill Rd
Brownsboro, AL 35741
(256) 534-5328

4.2 miles north of 431. Two miles south of 72 East.
June 15-Aug 15
Mon-Sat from 7am-7pm
Call ahead.
Items: Blueberries, blackberries

Garden Cove Produce
628 Meridian Street
Huntsville, AL 35801
(256) 534-COVE (888) 615-8657
Fax: (256) 534-2873

Fresh Produce and Natural Foods including a complete line of organic fruits, veggies, bulk food, breads, groceries, herbs, vitamins, books, and much more. The first Sunday and third Thursday of each month, customers are given a 10% discount off regular priced items.

Grow Alabama
A statewide organization of farms dedicated to providing high quality chemical-free vegetables to Alabama. Check out their website for information on getting fresh produce delivered in the Huntsville area weekly all year round.

CASA Community Garden
Located next to the Botanical Garden
4725 Bob Wallace Ave.
Huntsville
For more info, call Jim Call (256) 883-5363 (After 6:00 p.m.)

The garden is planted and maintained by community volunteers from church groups, civic organizations, corporate teams, Boy Scouts, Garden Clubs, etc. The fresh vegetables are delivered at no cost to the cities of Huntsville, Madison and Madison County's elderly and homebound (over 7,500).

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