Our Farmer Vendors:
- ALM Organic Farm / Full Circle Seeds – Vegetables, eggs, seedlings, seeds
- Bloom Brothers – Flowers
- Apple Luscious Organic Orchard – Apples, Asian pears
- Carolyn’s Country Garden – Produce
- Eagle Paws – Vegetables, fruits, seeds, plants, preserves
- Elk Lake Farm – Fruit, vegetables, baked goods, jams, teas
- Elemental Farm – Vegetables
- Forage and Feast Urban Farm – Vegetables, fruit, flowers, starts, mushrooms
- Forest for Dinner – Wild harvested mushrooms
- Haliburton Farm – Vegetables, fruit, plant starts, flowers
- Healing Farm – Vegetables, fruit, eggs, nuts, fruit juices and dehydrated fruit
- Joyful Agriculture – Vegetables, flowers
- Kildara Farms – Vegetables, fruit, eggs
- Little Qualicum Cheeseworks – Cheese
- Littlest Acre Organics – Various produce
- Makoha Farm – vegetables
- Murder Bay Mushrooms – Fresh and dried mushrooms
- Northstar Organics – Fruit and vegetables
- Perks Microgreens – Microgreens
- Platinum Floral Designs – Flowers
- Rebecca’s Garden – Produce, preserves, seeds, bedding plants
- Saanich Organics – Vegetables and berries
- Salt Spring Sprouts and Exotic Mushrooms – Sprouts, mushrooms, sprout rolls
- Square Root Farm – Vegetables, fruit
- SunTrio Farm – Vegetables
- Sweet Caroline’s Bees – Honey
- Teto Farm – Vegetables
- Twyla’s Flower Farm – Bouquets of flowers
- Westcoast Garlic – Garlic & garlic powder
From our Farmers ~ Tips for successful produce-shopping at the Market
To ensure you get the best selection, shop early. Growers often bring only a few pounds of some items, and some things sell out quickly!
Bring your children to the market. Children should know where their food comes from and participate in the fun of choosing items.
Take time to talk with farmers. Building relationships with local farmers is part of the fun of the market. Plus you might pick up some choice tips for home growing and cooking.
Plan on going straight home after shopping on hot days to protect the freshness of your purchases. Farmers work hard to get their product to the market looking fresh and beautiful—don’t let it wilt!
Bring your own bags: most farmers will be able to supply plastic shopping bags if necessary but the market strives to be ecologically sustainable and aims to be garbage-free.
Buy something unfamiliar to you. Moss Street Market is a great place to explore the many types of food that can be grown locally. Indulge your culinary sense of adventure, and remember to ask the farmer for preparation tips and recipes.