Plum Tree Marketplace is open every Friday from 4:00 - 7:00pm through November 2, 2013 rain or shine. It is located at 104 S. George Street between Walnut and Chestnut streets.
HARRELL'S PRODUCE - beautiful array of fresh local produce including freestone peaches, blueberries,
sweet corn, watermelon, green and red field tomatoes, yellow tomatoes, cucumbers, red and white potatoes, yellow squash, winter squash (buttercup, butternut) large variety of eggplant, bell peppers, hot peppers, okra, and cabbage. Kim will also have Holly Grove Farms natural goat cheese.
SALLY'S SPECIALTIES - white and wheat sourdough and 2 varieties of chew bread; pickled cucumbers, pickled okra, pickled sliced jalapeno, fig jam, blueberry-apple conserve
BRANDI - second and fourth Fridays look for wonderfully creative upcycled cut paper art (scrapbooks, note cards, one-of-a-kind items.
VICTORIA may or may not be participating with natural beauty solutions, creams, lotions, shampoos, soaps, shea butter, custom creation
TIM - may be participating fifth Friday - 5 pound bags of Sooper Poop. The earthworm castings are a nutrient-rich soil amendment that helps build soil health and increase plant vigor. Tim will be happy to show people how they can use earthworms to "Turn Into Gold"
We have room for unique vendors. Call 919-736-9412 Dreamweaver
Click on www.oldhouses.com for more information on historic homes for sale at 310 N. James Street and 109 South George Street. Two luxury furnished rooms left for rent at Plum Tree Gardens Bed and Breakfast. $400.00 per month - share utilities.Call Joanne 919-736-9412