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Seasonal Availability
Many plants and specialty items are available from opening day until the end of the season. However, produce items depend on growing time and are available at different times during the season. Cool season vegetables, like lettuce and greens, are ready in May. Tomatoes and peppers, which need warmer weather to grow, will be ready by late June or early July.
Brookton Springs Farm - A large selection of top quality vine ripened heirloom tomatoes. Our product arrives at the market fresh out of the field. We also grow many varieties of pumpkins including Atlantic Giant and jack-o-lantern types. In September, pumpkins are available.
Cagle Mill Nursery Landscape Ornamentals - Great ornamental, vegetable, and herb plants.
Goodness Gracious! Granola - Classic Blend, My Cherry Amour, Going Nutless, You Struck Gold, Maple Ginger Fix, and more kinds of natural, hand-made granola packed with nutritious, quality ingredients.
Our Neighbor Inc. - Benefits Our Neighbor Inc., all proceeds go to the young men with disabilities at Randy's House. "Home Grown - Hall County/Gainesville Farmers' Market" T-shirts. These great looking t-shirts promote our local Farmers' Market and support a good cause.
Jaemor Farm - Peaches, canteloupes, breads, and more.
My Daily Bread - Featuring Breads, muffins, cookies, sweet breads, rolls, jams and jellies.
Joy's Herb Farm - Locally grown, always fresh, and no pesticides.
Shook's Fresh Produce - Family owned and operated locally. Providing many heirloom vegetables and herbs. WIC certified.
Operating Hours & Seasons
Hall County Farmers Market -Opens early May. Sellout Tuesdays are at 6 am and sellout Saturdays are at 7 am
Gainesville Market on the Square - Opens early June. Open on Friday. Call for times. Sellout Saturdays are at 7 am
Spout Springs Library Farmers Market - Opens early May. Open Thursdays are at 4-7 pm
Phone, 3 Locations and Website
Phone: 678-943-4442
Hall County Farmers Market - Located off I-985’s Exit 24, at Jesse Jewell Parkway and East Crescent Drive, Gainesville Georgia
Gainesville Market on the Square - Located at Main Street and Spring Street in the Downtown Square, Gainesville Georgia
Spout Springs Library Farmers Market - Located at Spout Springs Library parking lot on Spout Springs Road, Gainesville Georgia
Hall County Farmers Market Website
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