Moser's Garden Produce
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|Let our fresh fruits & vegetables provide the nutrition you need for healthy living.|
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|Our markets: STATE COLLEGE FARMERS' MARKET (Friday) and TUESDAY STATE COLLEGE FARMERS' MARKET|
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Moser's Garden Produce . Come see us at the market either Tuesdays or Fridays on Locust Lane, State
College, from 11:30 - 5:30 each day throughout the Spring, Summer or Fall. These are the only 2 farmers' markets we
will participate in this year. Other days of the week we will offer produce
pickup by appointment at our farm.
|In 2014 the Downtown State College farmers' markets will be starting at the end of April. We will be a part of the early season markets with asparagus, spinach and an assortment of greens and various ornamental potted plants. Also, we take this opportunity to offer vegetable plants to gardeners. Most popular are the tomato plant varieties- over 280 to choose from. visit our Feature Crop Page to see a listing, with discriptions, of the 232 heirloom/heritage tomato plant varieties we offer. We'll have many of the great varieties that you have enjoyed in past years and a few newer disease resistant hybrids that can outlast the others in difficult years. Come early or email me: email@example.com to reserve your favorites.|
Take a look at the seasonal changes in our market display in the following pictures:
|The early summer markets have many greens, peas and green onions. Strawberries are typically our first fruit.||Zucchini, cucumbers and a few green peppers soon fill in the tables.|
|In early July there are lots of blueberries, gooseberries and all kinds of tomatoes.||We begin making some different jam varieties as fruits ripen.|
|Raspberries are most popular as the blueberries wind down. A few plums and even summer apples add to the fruits while tomatoes dominate the table space.||Heirloom tomatoes, our FEATURE CROP, and cut basil make a refreshing summer salad or add to the main course for a delightful meal.|
|As summer lingers on the melons, eggplant and even a few winter squash add to our stand. We let the customer choose from a 3-tier display beyond our tables.||Later in the fall various types of sweet and hot peppers show their mature colors. Beets and apples fill the mid-sections. Jugs of cider which we press fresh from a blend of our apples end the row.|
|Farmers' markets are where we meet the majority of the people we serve. Come visit us to look, chat and enjoy.|
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