Does your yard need a Spring tune-up — we have everything you need for a quick fix and for some long term solutions as well.


Saturday Vendors List
Music: Carson Hunter – Food Court
Barbara Johnson near the front entrance North End


Daffodils, Dahlias, Lilies Oh My!
Neve Roses II

Made with Wood:
by the Elvin Moon
California Coops
Sonoma Garden Designs
Sonoma Woodworks

Nursery Stock:
La Vida Buena Nursery
Natures Spirit Gardens

Pamper Yourself:
Beach House Candles
Hilltop Honey
The Garden Wild

Created by Vanae
Royale Hare
Silk Winds
Threads of Time
Victoria Kemp

For the Home:
Architectural Ceramic Designs
Aroma Floral
Earth Temple
Innovative Fabric Creations
Sia Baskets

John Rizzi Glassworks
Peter Bailey
Willow Designs

Edgeworks Sharpening Services

Armstrong Valley Farm
Bernier Farms
Bohemian Wellbeing
Farm Sinclair
Foggy River Farm
Hectors Honey
Middleton Farm
Min-Hee Hills Garden
Offerings of the Land
Orchard Farms
Parsons HomeGrown
Singing Frogs Farm

Meats and Fish:
Franco’s One World Sausage
Karlona’s Farms
One Ocean Seafood
Owen Family Farm
Pepper Ranch
Salmon Creek Ranch
The Black Sheep Farm
Williams Ranch

Specialty Items:
Home Maid Ravioli
Not yer Momma’s Granola
Quiche & Carry
The Philosopher’s Stoneground

Fruits & Nuts:
EGB Farm
Fruit Factory
Williamson Farms

Dairy & Eggs:
Armstrong Valley Farm
Bellwether Farm
Hector’s Honey
McClelland’s Dairy
Penny Royal Farm
Pepper Ranch
Salmon Creek Ranch
Straus Family Creamery
Two Rock Valley Cheese
Weirauch Farm & Creamery

Baked Goods:
Crumb Hither Bakery
Costeaux French Bakery
Full Circle Bakery
Raymond’s Bakery

Olive Oils, Vinegars & Jams:
Hue de Laroque
Leon Day Condiments
Stonehouse Olive Oil
Waterhorse Ridge

Sweet Treats:
Crumb Hither Bakery
Gandolph’s Fine Chocolates
Grizzly Bear Sweets
Straus Family Creamery

A Taste of Tea
Gaga Café
Navarro Vineyards
Pure Puer Tea
Run Around Brew

Prepared Foods:
Chef Henderson Catering
Guerilla Foods
Green Grocer
Lata’s Indian Cuisine
Mi Fiesta Catering
Penang Kitchen
Starting from Scratch



Ma and Pa’s brings over 100 varieties of tomato plants to the market. There is one that perfect for you.

Min-Hee Hill and Nature’s Spirit also have tomato plants.

All of these plants are grown in Sonoma County so they are acclimated to your garden’s climate and ready to plant.


Amaryllis and paper white narcissus are beautiful traditional gifts for the holidays.    Daffodils, Dahlia’s Oh My has them in all stages of growth from just starting to full bloom.  But she also has sweet pea plants –  a gift that will produce colorful fragrant flowers for months.

Nature’s Spirit has organic vegetable and flowering plant starts.   Almost  everyone has space for a few pots of herbs.

Min Hee Garden has a nice selection of fresh herbs and lettuce plants.    They also have pepper plants that produce peppers all year round.



Savita Wilder Daffodils, Dhalia and Lilies Oh My and her crew turned her display of heirloom bulbs into an award winning exhibit at the Heirloom Exposition.

This is the time to plant Spring bulbs.    Planting bulbs for Spring is like mailing yourself a surprise to arrive just around the time you forgot you sent it.   As well as bulbs for Spring, there are sweet pea starts.   Sweet peas do very well in this area and Savita has a variety of starts.

Every Saturday




Two more weeks of  gardening classes at the market

April 28

Selecting the Best Plants for Your Garden

Free basil seedling and soil in a compostable container

May 5

Children’s Gardens

Enjoy a free pumpkin plant to grow in your garden.

Tomato specialists Ma and Pa’s Garden are back but you have to get there early — they sold out by 11:30 AM every single tomato plant gone!  But there will be more next week.

Triple T Ranch and Farm offers organic vegetable starts – they have a wonderful selection of peppers.

Skyview Nursery remains one of the popular stops at the market.  As with all the nursery stock at the market, it is grown locally so it is perfect for the Sonoma County gardener —  no location shock.  Glenn is a wealth of information and if you live at the coast and are determined to grow warm weather crops – he can give you suggestions to increase your chance at success.

Nature’s Spirits offers organic starts.  A great selection of greens and other vegetables.

And if you want your vegetables to do particularly well especially tomatoes – think about shopping with your newest vendor – The Oz Family Farm — they raise rabbits and now they are offering rabbit manure.

Rabbit manure is a prized fertilizer for gardeners. They “double digest” their food and because of this ultra-digestion, the fertilizer isn’t as “hot” and so you can put it directly into the soil without concern for burning seedlings. Also, unlike horses, which only digest their food once, rabbits (and ruminants: cows, llamas, deer…) thoroughly digest any grass-seeds they eat making the seeds sterile so they won’t sprout in your garden beds. This saves a huge amount of energy later in the season by reducing the amount of weeding necessary.
Daffadils, Dahlias and Lilies Oh My! has beautiful blooming plants to add a spot of color to your garden right now and unusual flower starts for later blooms.  In stock now she has cinnamon colored sunflower seedlings.
X-oticals known for their orchid selection also has colorful potted spring flowers.
Fulton Creek Nursery specializes in gardening for those who have a tiny space.
They have beautiful herb bowls and combination lettuce pots –  make the most of your gardening area.