Order Online

In order to maintain distances as required by the state of South Dakota, Falls Park Farmers Market is offering on-line ordering and drive-by pick-up. Learn more and order at https://www.localline.ca/fpfm 

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Eye Candy

Don’t miss out on some of the freshest goods in town! Make Falls Park Farmers Market your go-to place for fresh coffee, local flowers and great food. Stop on by this Saturday from 8:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M!

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Apple Of My Eye

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Give It A Whirl

Don’t miss out on some of the freshest goods in town! Make Falls Park Farmers Market your go-to place for fresh coffee, local flowers and great food. Stop on by this Saturday from 8:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M!

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Pump It Up

Don’t miss out on some of the freshest goods in town! Make Falls Park Farmers Market your go-to place for fresh coffee, local flowers and great food. Stop on by this Saturday from 8:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M!

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MelonDrama

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Hot Potato

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Room For Shrooms

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Pep Up

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Can Do Attitude

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Petal Pushers

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Priceless Heirloom

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Fresh Since 1912

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Nice Melons

Make Falls Park Farmer’s Market your go to place for fresh coffee, local flowers and delicious food. Open this Saturday from 8am to 1pm!

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Radishes

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Spin Doctor

Make Falls Park Farmer’s Market your go to place for fresh coffee, local flowers and delicious food. Open this Saturday from 8am to 1pm!

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Tearjerker

Don’t miss out on some of the freshest goods in town! Make Falls Park Farmers Market your go-to place for fresh coffee, local flowers and great food. Stop on by this Saturday from 8:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M!

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Foodie Call

Don’t miss out on some of the freshest goods in town! Make Falls Park Farmers Market your go-to place for fresh coffee, local flowers and great food. Stop on by this Saturday from 8:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M!

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We Got The Beets

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Spring Stalkings

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Dakota Mushrooms & Microgreens

By fallspark, February 16th, 2017 | Comments Off on Dakota Mushrooms & Microgreens

Dakota Mushrooms
Sioux Falls, SD 57108
605-553-6073

http://dakotamushrooms.com
dakotamushrooms@gmail.com

Dakota Mushrooms got it’s start in 2015 by growing King Trumpet mushrooms and selling them at the Falls Park Farmers Market. They have since increased their mushrooms varieties and also supply micro-greens for several local restaurants. For more information, please visit their website at http://dakotamushrooms.com

Giesbrecht Gardens

By fallspark, February 16th, 2017 | Comments Off on Giesbrecht Gardens

Giesbrecht Gardens
Holland, MN

Earl and Carol Giesbrecht
Home 507-658-3395
Earl 507-215-4362
Carol 507-215-4367
giesbrechtgardens@yahoo.com

We are a family with six children, growing our raspberries in the fertile soil of Southwest Minnesota. Beautiful, good tasting, hand picked, and high quality! They usually come into production the first of July. See you at market!

Warner’s Produce

By fallspark, March 25th, 2011 | No Comments »

Paul Warner
45146 Duck Rd.
Montrose, SD 57048

sdwarners@hotmail.com

605-201-7409
605-201-6398

Warner’s Produce farms ten acres, including several greenhouses, in the Montrose, SD area. We are a family farm and practice sustainable agriculture. While we are not certified organic, we follow similar methods. We use no herbicides on our crops and only biological or botanical grade pesticides when necessary. We use only natural fertilizers on our vegetable crops and do not plant genetically modified crops.

We offer a CSA that runs June to September. Our members will receive 5-10 different vegetables every week. Pickup will be at the Falls Park Farmer’s Market.

Products – bedding plants:
Heirloom and regular quart tomatoes
Heirloom and regular quart peppers
Patio peppers
Patio tomatoes
Assorted potted herbs
Hanging basket tomatoes

Products – produce:
Lettuce
Onion
Cabbage
Kohlrabi
Radishes
Spinach
Beets
Tomatoes
Sweet and hot peppers
Potatoes
Green beans
Peas
Zucchini
Winter squash
Gourds
Large and small pumpkins
Pie pumpkins
Ornamental popcorn

 

Sunnyside Gardens

By fallspark, March 23rd, 2011 | No Comments »

Peter & Marsha Nikkel
Pipestone, MN

pete.sunnyside@agapemail.com

Greenhouse -507 825 2465
Pete’s Cell – 507 820 5470

Feel free to call or email with orders for Saturday morning market! Credit / Debit Cards accepted

Will do custom planting / potting, bring your pot to market Sat morn, and will bring it back next week!

Products:

Produce:

  • Fresh European Cucumbers available starting in May. Also called English Cucumbers, these cucumbers are 8”-12” long, thin skinned, seedless and burpless! You can peel them or simply slice them! No bitter peel!
  • Fresh homegrown tomatoes available usually starting in early July.
  • Fresh Bell Peppers : Green, Red, Orange, Yellow, Purple, Ivory … And try the orangesickle- looks hot but its bright orange and sweet! Perfectly fun to brighten up those relish plates and salads!

Spring annual flowers:

  • Spring bedding plants in cell packs, annuals in 4.3” including Proven Winners, tropical and others in 6”, climbing vines in 4.5” and gallon pots including candy corn, black eye susan, lopho great cascade wine red, morning glory and more, and LOTS OF SUCCULENTS! Fairy or miniature gardens are a great way that anybody can garden, no matter how much or little room you have! Just ask, and we can show you which varieties will work great for that!!!
  • We also have lots of herbs including, scented geraniums, lemon verbena, mints, basils, rosemary, lavenders, parsley and many more!
  • Hanging Baskets! 10”, 12”, and some larger ones. Single kinds and lots of mixes!
  • Combination pots and planters GREAT FOR MOTHERS DAY OR MEMORIAL DAY, or any other special event or just for the summer!
  • Lots of plants for SHADE! Including: Nonstop begonias, solenia begonia, reiger begonia, ivy’s, and other foliage type plants, impatiens, and many more!

Summer Flowers:

  • While we have some perennials in May, we bring our biggest perennial assortment starting in June. Look for all kinds of perennials, from sun loving dinner plate perennial hibiscus to lamb’s ear or yucca or on to shade loving aralia (Japanese spikenard-NEW) and colorful hosta leaves! Perennial climbing vines like clematis, honeysuckle, and others are great for fences, boston ivy is great for walls!
  • Summer also has colorful bushy pots and planters, and hanging baskets, or pick up some succulents for that really hot spot or patio table! We continue to bring some 4” annuals, so you can fill those empty holes in your pots! Tropicals like mandevilla, bougainvillea, hibiscus and more love this time of year!

Fall Flowers:

  • Fall mums in 8”, and various larger sizes, mixed colors, bushel baskets, ready to go and just right for adding to that warm fall feeling! We continue to bring perennials, especially fall blooming varieties.

Skipping Stone wood fired pizza

By fallspark, March 23rd, 2011 | No Comments »

Nicky & Kyle VanDerWerff

P.O. Box 212
Colton, SD 57018

kyle@skippingstonespizza.com

605-480-2792

Skipping Stone is a mobile pizza catering company based out of Colton, SD. Our traveling oven allows us to bring the pizza to you.
 
We specialize in authentic wood fired pizza made with only the freshest ingredients. Each pizza starts with fresh made dough, rolled thin to create a cracker crust, topped with fresh ingredients, and is baked in our 900 degree oven for about 90 seconds. We call our pizza style “Dakotapolitan”, wood fired pizza with a South Dakota twist.
 
Each week at the market we feature a specialty pizza for you to try, but you can always count on our favorites:
Single Topping: Cheese Pizza, Ham Pizza, Pepperoni Pizza
Breakfast Pizza, Supreme, Hawaiian, Margherita, and Veggie
 
Be sure to check us out on:

Alissa’s Flower Farm & Wedding Design

By fallspark, March 23rd, 2011 | No Comments »

Alissa’s Flowers: Alissa Van Zweden
Hull, Iowa
605-214-7849 
alissa@flowersbyalissa.com
alissasflowerfarm.com
facebook.com/alissasflowerfarm

Alissa grows unique specialty cuts that often times are not locally available and not able to be shipped. Alissa’s Flowers have never been out of water and have not been stored in dry boxes. Alissa’s Flowers are grown without chemicals and pesticides; cut daily into cool, clean water; cooled properly and promptly; arranged into beautiful bouquets and delivered to Falls Park Farmers Market, local stores, and designers.

Alissa’s Flowers:

  • Hand-Wrapped
  • Vased Arrangements
  • One-of-a-Kind Straight Bunches
  • Wedding Work
  • Events
  • By-the-Bucket
  • Flower Clubs

Silver Maple Woodshop: Nathan Van Zweden
Hull, Iowa
605-214-7848
silvermaplewoodshop@gmail.com
facebook.com/silvermaplewoodshop

Silver Maple Woodshop:

  • Locally harvested lumber
  • Locally designed, cut, crafted, finished
  • Cutting boards
  • Tilted Bookcases
  • Specialty Orders

Seedtime: Harriet and Henry Kattenberg
Hull, Iowa
605-366-1056
https://www.facebook.com/seedtimeandharvestinc/ 
hkattenberg@seedtimeandharvest.net
www.seedtimeandharvest.net

Transplants:

  • Hybrid Tomatoes
  • Heirloom Tomatoes
  • Sweet Peppers
  • Hot Peppers
  • Herbs

Klassen Farm

By fallspark, March 23rd, 2011 | No Comments »

Nancy Klassen
Bringham Lake, MN

delklassen@yahoo.com

507-831-4286
508-830-0008

Fifteen years ago, I started market gardening with the help of my grandson, they are grow  but I have granddaughters who are helping me now. The winter of 2019 has been a challenge, so it is exciting to see some little seedling coming up. I’m sure my spring will be a little later than last year but the seeds will sprout and plants will grow, just another miracle of God.

Kari’s Kreations

By fallspark, March 23rd, 2011 | No Comments »

Kari Elrod
Canton, SD

jewelry@kariskreations.biz
www.kariskreations.biz

605-360-9810

Kari’s Kreations features hand-made jewelry and other unique hand-made beaded gifts.

Jensen Sweet Corn & Produce

By fallspark, March 23rd, 2011 | No Comments »

Chase Jensen
Aurora, SD

jensenproduce@gmail.com
605-690-4970

Jensen Sweet Corn & Produce is located in the eastern part of South Dakota -3 miles east of Aurora, to be exact.

 

Jensen is run by a 3rd generation farming family, with the owners’ grandparents still living just a mile up the road. Over the years the farm has experienced a few changes and diversities within the operation.

Products:

  • Sugar enhanced sweet corn
  • Green and Yellow Beans
  • Baby Zucchini
  • Pickling Cucumbers
  • Sweet bell peppers
  • Giant Pumpkins
  • Pink Lady baked goods
  • Asparagus
  • Radishes
  • Peas
  • Broccoli
  • Cauliflower
  • Cabbage
  • Strawberries
  • Rasberries
  • Beets
  • Cucumbers
  • Carrots
  • Potatoes
  • Eggplant
  • Tomatoes
  • Onions
  • Specialty Melons
  • Sweet and Hot Peppers

Hebda Family Produce

By fallspark, March 23rd, 2011 | No Comments »

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Dale Hebda
Mission Hill, SD

hebdaproduce@msn.com
dale@midplns.com

605-665-2806
605-857-0139

The Hebda Family Produce formerly known as Garriys’ Prairie Gardens LLC, is a vegetable farm near Mission Hill, South Dakota. Owner and manager, Dale Hebda, operates a 55 acre farm growing apples, strawberries, raspberries, rhubarb, elderberries, chokecherries, plums, tart cherries, asparagus, peppers, tomatoes and many other vegetables.

Producing value-added products from their fruits and vegetables is a major segment of the business.

Jams, jellies and apple butter are made weekly in small batches in Hebda’s kitchen. Salsa and many other processed vegetables are canned throughout the summer and fall. For holiday gift-giving or anytime, a gtift from our kitchen is sure to please.

Products

  • Apples
  • Strawberries
  • Raspberries
  • Rhubarb
  • Elderberies
  • Chockecherries
  • Plums
  • Tart Cherries
  • Asparagus
  • Peppers
  • Tomatos
  • Jams
  • Jellies
  • Apple Butter