The Anchorage Farmers Market is open
May 6 through October 14, 2017!
Beets – red and golden
Cabbage – green and red
Chard – rainbow
Herbs – basil
Kale – green, red, Red Russian, and Toscano
Kohlrabi – giant heirloom
Parsley – curly and Italian
Peppers – red and green bell
Potatoes – Yukon Gold, German Butterball, Magic Myrna, Yellow Finn, Desirée pink, Pimpernel (loose and in 5 lb. & 10 lb. bags)
Tomatoes – red, Sun Gold cherry, and green
Turnips – Snow Apple and Purple Top
We send out email notices periodically listing the vegetables we have available and their cost. Subscribe to our weekly email list by clicking here. (In summer, we use the winter special order email list to notify you of summer offerings at markets.)
(May 1 – June 15)
Vegetable and flower seedlings — varieties are well-suited to Alaskan growing conditions, i.e. long hours of daylight, northern soils, and the short growing season ($3.00 per cell pack, or $33.00 per any 12 cell packs).
Hanging baskets ($35.00-$40.00)
Tomato plants – many Siberian types bred for growing outdoors in the far north, and classic greenhouse types as well – 2′-3′ plant in gallon pots ($16.00).
Fertilizer blends (2.50 per lb.), Fish bone meal ($2.00 per lb.).
Anchorage Farmers Market
Location: 15th & Cordova in the Central Lutheran Church parking lot
Hours: Saturdays 9:00am – 2:00pm
Duration: May 6 to October 14
Visit the “Greens Gallery” to see lovely watercolors by Jocelyn Paine of some of the more unusual vegetables we offer!