Every Saturday, Spring through Fall from 9 AM to 1 PM, shop for fresh produce and unique goods – all harvested or handcrafted by local farmers and artisans.

The Market at Magnolia Green is coming soon - and this year's crop is ready to produce some smiles!

The Market at Magnolia Green kicks off its 2020 season on Saturday, May 2nd, from 9am to 1pm, and this year promises to be especially amazing with a record number of vendors lined-up and ready to share their wares. Last year we had over 50 local farmers and artisans offering everything from fresh produce and meats to hand-crafted goods and products, there’s sure to be something for everyone. But that’s not all! Make sure and bring the whole family for tons of fun gifts and activities, including face painting and scavenger hunts for the kids, sponsorship from Valentine Properties and LifeStyle Home Builders, and a special meet and greet with ABC8 meteorologist Matt DiNardo! Don’t miss all the fun every Saturday 9am to 1pm, starting May 2nd, and running—rain or shine—through October 10th.   Locally-grown produce and hand-crafted goods never sounded so good. Find it all at 17320 Hull Street Road, Moseley, VA 23120
The Market at Magnolia Green takes Root

If you’ve made it out to the Market at Magnolia Green in the last weeks, you’ve probably noticed there seems to be even more to taste, see, and smell. Well, your suspicions are correct. The word is out! Much like the goods on display every Saturday from 9am to 1pm, our community farmers market has taken root and is growing in the best ways possible!

With over 43 vendors and an estimated 500 shoppers—all eager to share their locally-grown, locally-sourced produce and meats, as well as shop the unique hand-crafted goods on display. With so much excitement in the air, not to mention variety conveniently at your fingertips, this is unquestionably Chesterfield County’s freshest outdoor shopping experience.

Come rain or shine, don’t miss The Market at Magnolia Green this Saturday—and every Saturday through October 26th—9am to 1pm at 17320 Hull Street Road, Moseley, VA 23120.

The Market at Magnolia Green is finally here – and this year’s crop is ready to produce some smiles!

The Market at Magnolia Green kicks off its 2019 season Saturday, May 4th at 9am to 1pm, and this year promises to be especially amazing with a record number of vendors lined-up and ready to share their wares. With over 32 local farmers and artisans offering everything from fresh produce and meats to hand-crafted goods and products, there’s sure to be something for everyone. But that’s not all! Make sure and bring the whole family for tons of fun gifts and activities, including face painting and scavenger hunts for the kids, free tote bags from Ryan Homes (while supplies last), and a special meet and greet with NBC 12 meteorologist Nick Russo. Don’t miss all the fun every Saturday 9am to 1pm, starting May 4th, and running—rain or shine—through October 26th. Locally-grown produce and hand-crafted goods never sounded so good. Find it all at 17320 Hull Street Road, Moseley, VA 23120

Looking for fresh and local? We got it!

The Market at Magnolia Green is now open for the 2018 season and what a great start we’ve had! We now have over 35 vendors both full-time and part-time offering fresh, local produce and meats, mouth-watering donuts, delicious coffee, prepared foods, and unique artisans! Make sure you follow us on Facebook to get the weekly guide of who will at the market every Saturday.

We are excited to continue our FREE kids activities this season.  All activities will take place behind the Magnolia Green Welcome Center on the stage starting at 10AM and going until 12PM. Please see the list below for our planned kids activities:

Jeff Beatman: 6/9, 8/4, 9/22, 10/13

Face Painting by Elba: 6/23, 7/21, 8/18, 9/8, 10/27

We are still accepting applications for vendors. If you are interested please email us at See you Saturday at the market!


Opening Day, Less Than A Month Away!

Opening Day for The Market at Magnolia Green is May 5th at 9AM! We are excited to welcome back many of your favorite vendors and quite a few new ones as well. Please visit Meet the Vendors section on our website to see our full list of vendors for this season. Joining us for Opening Day is the talented Jeff Beatman, musical storyteller, from 10AM-12PM on the stage behind the Magnolia Green Welcome Center.

Even with the market starting in less than a month, it’s not too late to submit an application. Please email and request an application if you are interested. Don’t forget to “like” us on Facebook at The Market at Magnolia Green to stay informed about who our weekly vendors will be. See you all on May 5th!!

It’s Almost Market Time!

It’s almost that time of year again for your neighborhood farmers market to open! The Market at Magnolia Green will re-open for the 2018 season on May 5th at 9AM. With many of your favorite vendors returning it’s sure to be another successful season! Here is a list of the vendors who are returning this year:

Full Time:

GroundUp Coffee

Hudgins Outdoor Solution

Kountry Kitty Bath Shop

Ma & Pa’s Farm

Mrs. Yoder’s Kitchen (May-Sept.)

Real Country Sausage

Simply Magical

Walnut Hill Farm


Willowland Farms


Everblooming Garden Glass

Great Harvest Bread of Mechanicsville

Hand Knits by Karen

Maslyn’s Bands & Bows

Pop’s Kettle Corn

Puryear Farm Beef

Salsa Don Sebastian

Waterfall Farms

Also returning this year are our fun Saturday kids activities including Jeff Beatman and a face painter! We can’t wait for this season to begin and we can’t wait to see you all there! We are still taking applications but we have limited space available. Please email the market at for more information or an application. Don’t forget to “like” us on Facebook to stay up-to-date on all the happenings at The Market at Magnolia Green.


That’s a Wrap!

Wow! We were so pleased with our farmers market season this year. With a record-setting number of vendors and lots of first-time visitors who are now regulars, it was our most successful season yet! Next year we will see many of your favorite farmers and artisans returning to their trail or pavilion spots to showcase their delicious and creative products.

Another new addition from this year will be returning next year as well…our kids activities! At least once a month fan favorite, Jeff Beatman will be coming out to share his wonderful music story-telling. Stay tuned for our activity calendar coming soon.

Want to be a part of all the fun next year? Email us at for more information on becoming a vendor.  “Like” us on Facebook and stay up-to-date on the market happenings!

See you all next year!

What’s Shakin’ Over Here?

They say, “Know your farmer, know your food.”  But this is especially true when your farmers come to your very own neighborhood week in and week out and provide you the freshest goods.  After our first full market season in 2016, we feel like we learned a thing or two about making 2017 the best year yet for the Market at Magnolia Green.  Some of your most beloved vendors are making a fast return to their cozy spot on the trail or bustling, busy pavilion and are excited to see their loyal customers Spring through Fall.

We are thrilled to announce a partnership with the local Swift Creek YMCA.  In order to bring healthy living a little closer to home, there will be FREE group exercise classes held once a month at the Farmer’s Market. “Second Saturdays” will kick off on May 13th so stay abreast on our Facebook page, as the time nears, for class times and schedules!  Class options will include Yoga, Zumba, Body Combat, and more as the season progresses.  Take a class and receive fun goodie bags with YMCA dollars and other market treats.

Keep in mind the new market hours will be 9am-1pm and mark your calendars for our grand opening on Saturday, May 6 at 9am!  Your April newsletter will have specifics on entertainment and other event details.  We are so thankful to have such a loyal community who supports local farmers and small family businesses.  Remember, we are a producer-only market and only accept quality, hand-grown/hand-made foods and crafts.  See you in May!

A Year in Review

As this long, eventful market season has come to a close, we are already gearing up for an even bigger and better season in 2017. The official dates for the next full season will be every Saturday beginning May 6 through October 28thPLEASE NOTE that we have changed market hours based on vendor and shopper feedback and the Market at Magnolia Green will now run from 9am-1pm.

The Market at Magnolia Green has a superb core group of vendors, but are always eager to welcome tasty or creative additions to our market family.  If you know of any person or family who has a talent for producing their own fare or craft, please encourage them to inquire through the Vendor Interest tab on this website.  We can’t wait to see the continued growth of this quality-focused, boutique market.

We know you love our market and the local farmers and artisans who make it awesome-now’s the time to show it! If you have not already, please like us on Facebook ( and follow us on Instagram (handle: mymagnoliagreen).  Be sure to continue to check back here for vendor information and other updates during the off-season.  We wish you and your family a wonderful holiday season and happy New Year!

FALL in Love

You are probably unpacking your hoodies, boots, and pumpkin spice candles at this very moment.  No judgment from us.  With football and falling leaves comes some pretty awesome products and goods at the Market at Magnolia Green!

5 fall items to  look out for after Labor Day:

1. MUMS! Hickory Knoll Nursery will have hundreds and hundreds of baskets (all different colors) priced competitively with your local box stores.

2. Apples: A few of our produce vendors will be carrying locally grown apples from Virginia soil.

3. Pumpkins: Well, of course!  Otis Acre Microfarm will also be bringing bails of hay along with a tractor for hay rides for the kids as we move into fall market season.

4. Cider: A few select vendors will be selling fresh apple cider that the kids (or you!) won’t want to miss.  Pass up Starbucks for once and give your local families a go!

5. Sweet potatoes: Fall is prime time for Virginia grown sweet potatoes.


We are open EVERY Saturday until October 29th.  We look forward to shopping with you!

What’s Cookin’ in August?

If you live in Central Virginia and aren’t drooling yet, you need to visit the Market at Magnolia Green ASAP! There are some amazing fruits and vegetables available by the month of August not limited to: apples, raspberries, blackberries, cucumbers, peppers, squash, tomatoes and that’s just to name a few. Now what in the world are you supposed to do with all of your market steals?

We have done some research on some of the best (and healthiest!) cookbooks on how to throw together the freshest and cleanest meals for you and the whole family:

1. “Plenty: Vibrant Vegetable Recipes from London’s Ottolenghi” – this is the freshest take on cooking with (GASP) vegetables and puts a Mediterranean spin on some of our most terrifying veggie rivals! Give it a try. For real.
2. For the kiddos (of course, right?): “Cool Fruit & Veggie Food Art: Easy Recipes That Make Food Fun to Eat!” This book’s author is Nancy Tuminelli and you won’t be disappointed-and neither will your kids.
3. “In Season: Cooking with Vegetables and Fruits” is such a winner in our book because the author, Sarah Raven, is a huge part of the local foods movement. She wants everyone to use fresh, local ingredients from places like farmers markets.
4. Okay so this last one is not a book, but an app rather because that’s just the world we live in. Everyone NEEDS to download the Supercook app on their Android or iPhone! This let’s you enter all of the ingredients you currently have on hand and it will whip up any possible recipes using those particular foods. How cool, right?!

These all have one thing in common-you need ingredients to cook these tasty meals. So visit the Market at Magnolia Green for all of your freshest produce, meats, and spices!

How do you do Barbecue?

Grillmasters, unite! With the heat of the summer fast approaching, we know your annual cookouts are around the corner and it’s time to show off your barbecue and rib game. There may or may not be an eternal discussion of sauce versus no sauce, but there are so many options when creating the perfect dressing to your prized pork (or chicken).

This link – – provides 12 different BBQ sauce recipes from your most basic to masterful !

Come visit our market to get some of the best smoked barbecue in town and even some tasty jams and jellies (yes, this is a thing) to add to your tasty cookout sandwiches.

Summer Smoothie Fun

Warm, summer days are finally lurking in the shadows of a dreary May and that means it’s time to get out of the house, shop local, and support your farmers!  But what do you do with the strawberries and peaches and spinach and all of the other delectable produce when you get home?  Make a smoothie!  It’s the perfect, refreshing snack (or meal!) for anyone young or old.  Not to mention, with the right ingredients, it is naturally healthy.

Remember this formula for the yummiest smoothie treat:

  1. Choose at least 2 fruits (up to as many as you would like!)
  2. Add a green- kale and spinach pack a real nutritional punch
  3. Choose a protein-peanut butter and non-fat greek yogurt are great options
  4. Always add a few splashes of water because we can never have enough H2o
  5. Optional add-ins: seeds (chia, flax to name a couple), pinch of sugar to sweeten, a few splashes of yummmy fruit juice (OJ is always tasty!)

Make it a fun activity for the kids!  They can choose their own fruits and veggies at the market and then everyone can experiment making their own smoothie and naming it.  To make it even more exciting, buy an inexpensive chalk board and name all of the creative smoothies similar to a cafe menu and keep for the summer.  Maybe Jacob made a mouth-watering creation named “The Jake” or Olivia made a treat named “Banana Paradise.” Have fun with it and stay cool!

For the Love of Freshness

Since opening day, The Market at Magnolia Green has been a fabulous success. But why do societies love Farmers Markets so much?  Well, it’s simple.  People like to support their “neighbors!”  According to Forbes, 63% of jobs created in the U.S. between 1993 and 2013 came from small businesses (less than 20 employees).

We asked some of our very own shoppers why they love farmers markets and here are just a few of the reasons:

  • “I love knowing I get the freshest produce from right down the street as opposed to going to Kroger and having no idea where my veggies and fruits came from.” – Mary Ann, Midlothian, VA
  • “It feels good to support someone just like you and me. Instead of paying for an executive’s 5th mansion, this helps buy a family a bike for their child or afford a vacation.  It just feels better putting money into the hands of honest families just making a living.” –John, Moseley, VA
  • “It is an experience. My whole family can come and walk around outside and get out of the house.  We can browse with a lot more space than narrow grocery aisles and even bring our pet!” – Karen, Richmond, VA

Local businesses are much more active in their immediate community as well.   It is wonderful to see partnerships on all levels.  Barbara Ashmore of Mica Hill Farm, a full-time vendor at the Market at Magnolia GReen, has actually hired a Magnolia Green high school student, Hannah, to assist her throughout the market season.  She will aid in the setup of Mica Hill’s booth each weekend and anything Hannah sells, she keeps directly as profit.  When asked why Barbara decided to go this route, she stated, “I enjoy knowing I am teaching a promising young student the very basics of entrepreneurship.  She will see first-hand that hard work pays off and that you get what you put in.”

Let’s Get Planting

They say, “Gardening is a process.  Not a product.”  But for those who are looking to start a new flower bed or vegetable garden, this process can be utterly overwhelming!  Below is a list of local resources and fantastic tips utilized by a local expert (and MAMG vendor!), Amanda Montgomery, owner of Hummingbird Gardens.

Be sure to join us every Saturday morning and feel free to ask Amanda some of her favorite flowers and veggies that she has mastered! Here you grow…


Walk a Mile in YOUR Shoes

Aside from the inevitable sneezing and watery eyes that is certain to accompany springtime blooms, we all gain a very valuable exercise buddy: the outdoors!  Walking is one of the easiest and most enjoyable ways to keep a healthy heart and smaller waist.  Not to mention, it is something you can do with the whole family.

Did you know?

  • Walking just 30 minutes per day can strengthen your heart
  • Walking lowers your risk of disease (That’s right-you slash your risk of Type 2 diabetes by an upwards of 60% by briskly walking each day)
  • Walking gives you ENERGY and makes you HAPPY
  • Walking outdoors provides you with Vitamin D

Make a point to walk with your family a few days per week or come explore the paved walkways in Magnolia Green on your way to shop for fresh goods at the market!


I Scream, You Scream, We all Scream for Snow Cream!

It’s February, and although our favorite groundhog predicted an early Spring, winter weather still looms before daffodils and daisies arrive. There’s nothing better than making treats with your kids on frigid snow days. What better way to get them involved than to make a “snow cream” recipe right from the sky?

With 3 easy ingredients, it’s a surefire hit in any household!

1. Collect 8-12 cups of the fluffy stuff.
2. Pour in 10 ounces of condensed milk
3. 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract

Mix together and have fun with it! Add in food coloring, sprinkles, edible glitter and enjoy these lazy days indoors. Soon enough, Spring will make an appearance and we will be outside, on the go, and shopping at The Market at Magnolia Green!


The best kind of New Year’s resolution is one you can actually keep. And we have a good one for you—a fridge cleaning. Winter is a great time for this because you can temporarily store removed items on a patio or near an open window.

Start by unloading all the items in the freezer, ditching anything that’s expired or freezer burned. Go ahead and empty your ice cubes into the sink, too, so you can clean the ice bin.

Remove any shelves or racks and wash them in the sink. Then clean the interior with a mixture of 1 C water, 1 tsp white vinegar and 1 tsp of dish soap.

Once you wipe down the freezer, start on the fridge. Begin at the top, removing items or shelves and cleaning as you go. Don’t forget to discard or recycle anything that’s expired!

Move on to the shelf seams and rubber door seal. And finally, tackle the exterior. Use a multi-surface cleaner and paper towels for enameled steel, or a microfiber cloth with distilled white vinegar for stainless steel. When you’re finished, load it back up!

The Market at Magnolia Green will be returning this April, when you can pack your fridge full of fresh local produce. Till then, happy cleaning!


’Tis the season for sweet tooths! One of the yummiest holiday traditions is leaving cookies and milk out for Santa. Here are three tips to help make your holiday treats healthier.

1. Nothing beats whole wheat. Add extra fiber to your favorite recipe by swapping some of the all- purpose flour for whole wheat flour. For an added boost of omega-3s, try adding in ground flaxseed.

2. Spice things up while cutting down on calories. Spices like cinnamon, nutmeg and ginger can make tasty substitutes for some of sugar called for by recipes. You can also sweeten things up with agave nectar, honey or overripe bananas.

3. Add healthy ingredients. Seeds, nuts, dried fruit and unsweetened coconut all make nutritious alternatives to chocolate chips. If your recipe wouldn’t be complete without chocolate chips, consider choosing dark chocolate — at least 70 percent cacao. Dark chocolate is filled with antioxidants and usually contains fewer calories!

These are just a few of the ways you can help Santa slim down while satisfying your seasonal cravings.


What better way to beat the cold than with a bowl brimming with hot soup? Make your favorite bisque, broth or chowder tastier and, most importantly, healthier with a few easy changes.

Take advantage of colorful, in-season vegetables like sweet potatoes, kale, squash and collard greens. Throw any of these in with your broth of choice for a pop of color and a whole lot of added nutrition. The fiber-packed produce will keep you energized all day.

Make it a meal with some delicious mix-ins. For a soup with even more sustenance, serve it on a bed of whole grains. Leftover pasta and microwaveable brown rice both make quick, tasty additions to any recipe. Be sure to try black, pinto or cannellini beans, too!

Swap salt for spices! While soup can be healthy and delicious, many recipes are heavy in sodium which can lead to increased blood pressure. Next time, try a mix of herbs and spices. Oregano, sage, marjoram and thyme all make great salt substitutes. Add a final, flavorful touch with fresh herbs like basil or cilantro.

Shop fresh ingredients from local farmers at the The Market at Magnolia Green next spring. For now, cozy up with a cup of soup and follow these wholesome suggestions to stay warm, healthy and happy!


From roasted turkey and homemade gravy to fluffy stuffing and buttery mashed potatoes, Thanksgiving is full of savory flavors. And there’s always room for dessert, right? When it comes to satisfying your sweet tooth during the holidays, you don’t have to completely cut out the classic cobblers and pies. Instead, make some simple baking substitutions.

Swap it for applesauce! Unsweetened applesauce is an ideal substitute for oil and butter. For example, if your crowd-pleasing pumpkin bread is made with two sticks of butter, try baking it with just one stick of butter and a half-cup of unsweetened applesauce. No one will know the difference!

Make it with milk! If a recipe calls for heavy cream, try it with evaporated skim milk instead. Evaporated skim milk has a similar consistency, but just a fraction of the fat and calories.

Mark your calendars for the Winter Market! On Saturday, December 5th, from 9am-12pm, our farmers’ market will be back. Don’t miss out on our seasonal celebration, which will be packed with handmade goods and gifts for the holidays.


Halloween may be a holiday all about costumes and candy, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have some fruits and vegetables in the mix while staying festive!

One of our favorites comes from Gina’s Skinny Recipes. These Frozen “Boo”-nana Pops are a cute, delicious and fresh alternative to classic Halloween treats. Make them with white chocolate or with yogurt for an even healthier twist. These pops are so simple to make, even the kids can help. Fresh fruits and veggies are always better than processed candy. Stop by The Market at Magnolia Green to pick up supplies for your next healthy, spooky treat!


With leaves changing to hues of red, orange and yellow, fall is right around the corner. Seasonal produce like pumpkins, sweet potatoes and squash are taking center stage — and good gourd are they delicious! These veggies have flavors both savory and sweet that can be incorporated into a huge variety of healthy meals.

From bright red apples to purple figs, shop the colors of the season at The Market at Magnolia Green.


It’s back-to-school time! For many parents, that means you’re back to packing a lunch that is both healthy and delicious for your kids. We’re here to help.

Keep it colorful! Ruby red tomatoes, bubbly blueberries and bright orange carrots are all part of a fresh, healthy lunch — and they’re fun to eat, too. Every Saturday at The Market at Magnolia Green, you can shop for fruits and vegetables from local farmers. Bring along the kids and let them pick out what they want, and they’ll be more likely to eat (and enjoy!) what you pack in their lunch.

In addition to fresh produce, The Market at Magnolia Green features vendors with handmade goods and sweet treats — the perfect way to reward your student after a successful first week back at school.


Imagine it’s Saturday morning. The sun is shining, a breeze is blowing, birds are chirping and dog tails are wagging. The only thing that can make your day better is a visit to The Market at Magnolia Green! Here are five fresh reasons to begin your weekend with us.

1. Enjoy Seasonal Fruits & Veggies
Whether it’s time for tomatoes or prime pickin’ for pumpkins, The Market at Magnolia Green always features freshly harvested, in-season produce from local farmers.

2. Support Local Farmers
Those green beans and berries filling your tote bag? All locally grown! By purchasing them directly from our vendors, you’re supporting area farmland and making a healthy economic impact in our region.

3. Take A Family Outing
Rhubarb and rutabaga aren’t just fun to say, they’re fun to cook with! Introduce your kids (or perhaps yourself) to diverse produce picked at the peak of freshness. Every trip to the farmers’ market can be a fun learning experience for the entire family.

4. Get A Dose of Delicious
Fresh fruits and vegetables are packed with antioxidants and phytonutrients, which help keep your body healthy and strong. Check out to make sure you’re eating a good balance of the five food groups, then stock up on produce at The Market at Magnolia Green.

5. Become A Culinary Explorer
Have you been eyeing the Brussels sprouts, but aren’t sure what to do with them? Ask the farmer! They can give you tips and tricks to prepare, cook and enjoy their garden offerings. The Market at Magnolia Green gives you the opportunity to enjoy rare and common fruits and vegetables.

The Market at Magnolia Green 2016 GRAND OPENING!

COME ON OUT to The Market at Magnolia Green’s GRAND OPENING on April 16th at 8am!  Aside from shopping for local, fresh goods and hot gooey doughnuts from Mrs. Yoder’s Kitchen, there is fun planned for all.  A radio personality from 98.9 The Wolf will be live with giveaways and may even ask you to do an on-air interview!  Color Me Wild face painting will be set up at the market to keep the kids entertained, so don’t hesitate to bring the whole crew down to the market.  The first 25 shoppers at opening day will receive either a Market at Magnolia Green bag or t-shirt so don’t miss out!


From roasted turkey and homemade gravy to fluffy stuffing and buttery mashed potatoes, Thanksgiving is full of savory flavors. And there’s always room for dessert, right? When it comes to satisfying your sweet tooth during the holidays, you don’t have to completely cut out the classic cobblers and pies. Instead, make some simple baking substitutions.

Swap it for applesauce! Unsweetened applesauce is an ideal substitute for oil and butter. For example, if your crowd-pleasing pumpkin bread is made with two sticks of butter, try baking it with just one stick of butter and a half-cup of unsweetened applesauce. No one will know the difference!

Make it with milk! If a recipe calls for heavy cream, try it with evaporated skim milk instead. Evaporated skim milk has a similar consistency, but just a fraction of the fat and calories.

Mark your calendars for the Winter Market! On Saturday, December 5th, from 9am-12pm, our farmers’ market will be back. Don’t miss out on our seasonal celebration, which will be packed with handmade goods and gifts for the holidays.


With beautiful weather, unique vendors and a lively crowd, The Market at Magnolia Green held a successful grand opening event on Saturday, August 15. More than 500 people attended our very first farmers’ market, and we look forward to seeing these familiar faces plus many more visitors every week. New vendors are being added all the time, so be sure to swing by to pick up seasonal produce and handmade goods every Saturday morning — now through October 31.

Grand Opening of the Market at Magnolia Green

Here we grow! We are so excited to announce our community’s first-ever farmers’ market. Come out to The Market at Magnolia Green Saturdays from August 15th through October 31st, to shop for fresh produce and handmade goods, and enjoy food trucks and family fun. Located outside our Welcome Center, The Market at Magnolia Green will be open every Saturday from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. See you there!

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To provide you with the freshest shopping experience, our vendors and their goods may change along with the seasons. Be sure to check here for each week’s exciting offerings.

Honey and Driftwood Decor.


Ma & Pa’s Farm offer a variety of fresh from the farm products including fruits & vegetables, eggs, and jar pickles.


All-natural pasture-raised beef from our family farm in Mecklenburg County, VA.


In the family for over 125 years, Walnut Hill Farm is a 300-acre parcel in Colonial Beach, VA, with 65 acres devoted to produce. Our most popular items are cantaloupe, watermelon, corn, tomatoes, beets, cauliflower, broccoli, pecans and figs because of the amazing flavor. While not an organic farm, we refrain from using pesticides and artificial additives so the produce is clean and safe.


A family owned and operated farm raising happy pigs and sheep with plenty of room to move in Amelia County, VA. We strive to provide you with natural and flavorful meats and produce from our family to yours!


Vegetables, herbs, natural pork (cuts and sausages), spices, flavored vinegars.


Come out and visit the Thompson brothers with Willowland Farms. They’ll have a wide variety of fruits and vegetables, including cantaloupe, tomatoes, water melon, sweetcorn, green beans, squash, cucumbers and peas, depending on the season, for you to enjoy!


Burp cloths, bibs, headbands and teethers.


Handmade jewelry.





A welcome return to Barham’s Seafood! For all of your seafood needs – fresh fish, shrimp, scallops, oysters and crab meat, steamed crabs and crab cakes, seafood salsas and dips.




Offering wooden handmade furniture, trash cans, step stools, bread boxes, tables.


Providing handmade crafts (signs, paintings, cups, and tumblers etc.).


Providing glass gem magnets, ear-rings. All handmade!


Southern comfort soul food. Meal prep service.


Delicious Cuban Tamales.


Providing hand-made jewelry.


Offers DTPG Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade Essential Oils.



Upcycled garden whimsey bringing color and joy to everyone.  Come visit Cas and Cat at their creative booth!


Made from scratch wholegrain breads, sweet breads, savory breads, brownies, scones, cookies, cinnamon twists and other baked goods.


Beautifully handcrafted cutting boards.


Handmade necklaces, bracelets and earrings. Pre-made and even custom design pieces that are crafted to fit the look you want. Our pieces are made of wonderful glass beads or semi-precious stones to assure good quality.
Send an email to to place your order!
Follow us on instagram @handmadebyannleigh


Providing beautiful paintings.


“Feel Better Fast Naturally” with 360 Degrees of Health and Wellness.  Vollara offers a unique opportunity to maximize health and increase energy with little to no behavioral changes in your daily routine.  “We were probably designed to drink fresh water from nature, breathe fresh air from nature and eat fresh food from nature.”  


Selling all your premium annuals, shrubs, and trees!


Crocheted items for kids and adults, birthday gifts, purses, blankets, doll clothes, doll accessories.




Offering wood signs, hand painted candles, wreaths and bows.


Goat milk and vegan soaps, soy wax candles, regular and vegan lip balms, lip scrubs, bath scrubs, and natural deodorant. Come out and see Kathy at the Kountry Kitty Bath Shop!


Providing beautiful cut flowers and bouquets.

Instagram: @mcclaren.meadows


Letterpress paper goods, stationery, greeting cards, invitation orders and soap.


Sourdough donuts made fresh while you wait!

Handcrafted sewn items, quilts, handbags, machine embroidered items.


Handcrafted microwave bowl cozies, potholders, panhandle sleeves, pan protectors, plastic bag holders, wine bags, and market bags.


Seasonal pies and baked goods, samples and taking orders.


Flower garments, household items, little girl’s dresses, decorative items. All handmade.


Earrings and bracelets, all made with wood. Also a seller of soap.


Freshly popped Kettle Corn with gourmet flavors!


Dog bandanas, stationery, paper goods, pillows, and hair bows.


Providing cutting boards, coasters, shelves, tables, cheese boards, bird and bat houses, chairs, lighting fixtures, signs, ornaments, wine caddies, and bottle openers.



Featuring Southeast Asian cuisine including ginger chicken rice, kebabs, egg rolls, dumplings, smoothies and more!


Our Real Country Sausage is truly a taste of the South.  It is seasoned perfectly to please your taste, whether you are looking for a flavorful mild, spicy hot or extra sage. Real Country Sausage will remind you of the old fashioned, farm fresh, country sausage you remember eating at your grandparents.


Selling wooden signs, and kitchen items such as cutting boards, dishes, oven mitts, custom ordered shirts and cups.


Handmade children’s accessories including bows, bow-ties, & bandanna bibs.


Come try some authentic Mexican salsa at Salsas Don Sebastian!


Providing handmade jewelry and watercolor prints.

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Beautiful hand made jewelry, ear-rings and paintings.


Providing handmade wreaths for all occasions and also handmade jewelry.


Women’s and Children’s handmade clothing.




Fresh, squeezed lemonade (shakers) with a variety of fresh fruit flavors.


Homemade baked goods such as banana bread, pound cakes, yeast breads.


Fresh baked southern style desserts including cobblers, cakes, cookies and pies. Baked from scratch the way we do in the South.


Handmade, hardwood bowls.


Unique woodwork and artwork, including Fractal Lichtenburg, mixed wood and turned wood.


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With abundant amenities and bountiful room for growth, Magnolia Green is a community unlike any other. Residents enjoy Arbor Walk, our comprehensive recreation center with pools and playing fields, and Magnolia Green Golf Club, featuring an impeccable golf course created by Nicklaus Design in association with Tom Clark. Our resort-inspired aquatic center and Magnolia Green Golf Clubhouse, featuring a full-service bar and restaurant, accommodating wedding venue, and gorgeous gathering space for all of life’s celebrations opened this past year. Eight lighted tennis courts, two pickleball courts and a pro shop. Planned future amenities include a residents club and county park. Visit our website ( or the Welcome Center to learn more.


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Join us at the Market at Magnolia Green
17320 Hull Street Road, Moseley VA 23120