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For the past six years I have been participating at the farmers’ markets in Dimondale, Allen Street and East Lansing.

Dimondale will have their market on Thursdays from 3 - 7 p.m. starting June 1st until October when it will go from 3 - 6 p.m. It will take place as always in the parking lot across from Mike’s Restaurant.

Allen Street Market is located off of Kalamazoo Street where it crosses Allen Street. Allen Street will open this year May 17th thru the end of October. The market is open from 2:30 - 7 p.m.

East Lansing Market is on Sundays from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. from June 4th to October 29th in Valley Court Park.

Products sold at the market usually include the following, depending on time of year and availability:

  • Herb plants - common plants as well as the not so common, such as patchouli, bay, stevia, white sage and white lavender
  • Candles - both soy and gel
  • Soap - regular soap plus goat milk soap. Scents include lavender oatmeal, peppermint oatmeal, patchouli , vanilla, cedarwood-sage. Many more scents are available
  • Body Products - creams, lotions, essential oils, linen spray, lip balms
  • Dried Herbes d’Provence, Italian Seasoning, and ground Cayenne Peppers, teas, lavender flowers
  • Catnip Toys
  • Lavender bunches
  • Herbal cookies such as Lavender or Lemon Verbena Sugar Cookies, Lemon Verbena Madaleines, lavender brownies, rosemary shortbread, chocolate mint chocolate chip cookies, blueberry or plain scones
  • Jams - raspberry, blueberry and strawberry. Jellies – jalapeno, lavender, lemon verbena and rose geranium
  • Fresh cut herbs
  • Fresh floral and herbal bouquets
  • Lavender wreaths and lavender wands
  • Vinegars
  • Herbal salts

In the fall, we will have many knit items such as floral scarves, floral pins, fingerless mittens, hats, headbands, boot toppers, cowls and many more items. We will also have broom corn decorations, bittersweet branches as well as cornucopias.

Late fall we have Christmas greens, wreaths, kissing balls, advent wreaths, swags, boxwood trees and table arrangements.

All products are herb related and made on the farm by me. During the farmers’ market season the farm is not open but if you cannot make it to one of the markets, let us know and we will gladly welcome you here at the farm during one of our at-home days.

So stop by and visit our booth. Keep up on our Farmers’ Markets, shows and classes by following us on our facebook page - WoodenShoeHerbs

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