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We grow a wide range of produce that varies from month to month. We have plant starts available in the spring, as well as greens and bunched roots. Mid-season is abundant with brassicas, roots, onions, garlic, fruiting crops, corn, and melons. In fall, we transition to comfort food--sweet potatoes, parsnips, celery, leeks, and all the usual storage crops.

We focus on the crowd pleasers, but with plenty of unique cultivars and unusual veggies mixed in to keep things interesting!

Veg, Herbs, & Fruit

After a year of dabbling, flowers are quickly becoming a passion project for

Lillie. Local flowers are growing in demand, and for good reason. Beauty and sustainability in one package--what's not to adore! Look for bouquets to

appear in our various market channels in the near future.


Lillie has been making soap for 7 years as a winter hobby. With a simple and nourishing base of tallow, olive oil, coconut oil, palm oil, and castor oil, the finished products have a variety of colors and scents ranging from natural & minimal to bright and bold. Lavender Vanilla is our favorite + best seller. Soaps can be found at Farmers Markets, through Glory Gardens online market, and Heritage Hall Museum's Mercantile in Freeman. Reach out for a list of availability if you'd like to place an order!

Handmade Soaps

Our small fleet of pastured laying hens provide a few dozen deggs for sale at Yankton Market. We have had grassfed lamb and pastured broilers in the past, and we may have more meat products in the years to come. 

Eggs + More


Farmers Markets

Freeman Farmers Market: Wednesdays 5-7 PM,

Freeman City Park


Yankton's Market at the Meridian: Saturday mornings

9-12, 2nd & Douglas (May-October)

We sell a number of items through Glory Gardens online farmers market near Sioux Falls. Order Friday-Sunday for Tuesday delivery every week in the summer, and once/month in the winter. 

A fantastic way to conveniently shop for a wide array of local goods.


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