Looking for a local, true farmer's market in Sumter County, Florida? Scroll down this page and you will see the farm markets,
farm stands, roadside stands, produce markets, even garden fruit and vegetable stands and
seasonal community farmer's markets in Sumter County, Florida,
sorted by county. Markets offering organic or sustainably grown produce are identified by the words "organic" and/or "sustainable" in Green, next to their name.
If they have a website, the name will be in blue and underlined; click on it and it will open their website.
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Updates for November 2018
November brings with it the Fall harvest of many crops, from
apples to many vegetables, and the ability to buy
locally, soon col weather crops, like spinach,
some lettuces, peas, kale, Brussels sprouts, broccoli, cauliflower, leeks and
early onions, plus fresh winter squash, pumpkins and more.
Sumter County, Florida U-Pick Farms and Orchards, by county
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Bennett's Farm and Produce Market - Farm stand / farm
market on a farm, Wide variety of seasonal, locally grown fruits
8684 County Road 209, Wildwood, FL 34785.
Phone: 352 748-0872. Alternate Phone: 352-461-4431. Email:
email@example.com. Open: Monday to Friday, from 10 am to
6 pm; Saturday from 10 am to 2 pm; closed Sunday. Directions:
From Wildwood take Highway 301 north to County Road 462 West.
Turn left and go 1 mile to County Road 209, turn left and go 1/3
mile to the farm and market. Signs are located at turns for your
Click here for a map and directions. Southern field peas are
in-season in May; tomatoes late May through June; We grow yellow
and Zucchini , sweet corn and cucumbers spring through late
fall, and other field crops through spring and summer, weather
permitting. Payment: Cash, only. This is a working farm. The
market stand is run by the farmer's wife and the farmer is often
available to answer questions or pick fresh produce for you.
Located in a lovely rural setting, it is worth the drive to the
farm to see produce being grown and buy it fresh. Many enjoy
taking pictures of the barn and the fields surrounding the
market. A cookbook written and published by the Bennetts and
locally produced cane syrup are also available. (ADDED: June 10,
- Brownwood Farmers Market - Wide variety of seasonal fruits and vegetables (some locally grown),
Brownwood Paddock Square, 2726 Brownwood Blvd., The Villages, FL 32163. Phone:
(352) 750-5411. Email:
firstname.lastname@example.org. Open: See their website or Facebook page (click the name
of the market). (ADDED: May 8, 2017, JBS)
- Sumter County - Wide variety of seasonal fruits and vegetables (some locally grown),
524 N. Market Blvd., Webster, FL 33597. Phone: (352) 793-2021. Email:
the oldest and largest flea market in Florida and we are listed under the Top
Ten Tourist Attractions in the State. The Market covers over 40 acres; we charge
no admission fee and parking on our grounds is free. Initially, farm families
use to sell/trade "junk" items that they no longer needed. In the early 1950s
the market expanded to include new merchandise and the "junk" items were now
considered to be antiques and collectibles. Many of the founders of the Market
still sell fresh produce grown on local family farms in the expansive new
vegetable building. So make sure to visit! (ADDED: May 8, 2017, JBS)