Homer, Alaska

 Alaska Perfect Peony

Rita Jo: 235-8166; ritajo@alaskaperfectpeony.com;

Website: www.alaskaperfectpeony.com

Alaska Perfect Peony started growing peony for the cut flower market in 2006. Our family arrived in Alaska in 1966. In 1968 we purchased our first 14 acres at the End of The Road and fixed up the existing abandoned log cabin originally built in 1947. Our farm now consists of approximately 27 acres as we have purchased the surrounding properties over the years.  In 1996 we opened Fritz Creek Gardens, a retail garden center that specialized in over 500 varieties of Alaska Hardy® perennials, trees, shrubs, roses and vines.  

Alaska Stems
Rachel Lord & Ben Gibson: phone: 435-7209, email: stemscutflowers@gmail.com

Website: http://www.alaskastems.com

We offer fresh, local cut flowers arranged in beautiful bouquets or available by the stem. Beautiful hand-printed cards and wall hangings for sale, and occasionally we'll bring eggs and veggies to the market. A weekly flower subscription is also available for in-town or Spit deliveries. Welcomes special orders for events, birthdays, anniversaries, and small weddings.

Jakolof Bay Oyster Co.
Margo and Frank Reveil: PO Box 3487, phone: 299-3351 email:info@jakolofoysters.com

Website: http://jakolofoysters.com/

Our oysters are always in prime condition, plump and firm, a benefit of slow, cold water growth.  We are a small farm across Kachemak Bay from Homer, Alaska.

Luba's Garden
Dan and Luba Dorvall: phone: 235-5983

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Potatoes of more varieties than you can imagine!  Lots of beets and carrots and many other veggies depending on what is ready. Welcomes special orders for events, preferably with a week's notice.  All orders are subject to availability.

Lucky Star Gardens
Cindy McKenna: phone: 235-3205

Starts and veggies. Lucky Star Gardens grows a wide variety of fresh vegetables and at least 8 kinds of herbs. Garlic becomes available late August. If you would like to make a special order for fresh-cut herbs, or any crop, please call Cindy the day before a market and we will be happy to bring it!

Mudophile Produce

Robert Heimbach: PO Box 3618, Homer, phone: 235-1024

Various veggies. Welcomes special orders for events.  Prefers advanced notice, but can have greens ready quickly.

Scenic Place Peonies

Beth Van Sandt: scenicplacepeonies@gmail.com

Website: http://www.scenicplacepeonies.com
 Because we value our family, community and the wild creatures that we share our farm with we choose to grow naturally without the use of harsh chemicals and with the utmost care and love. When you see, touch and smell our flowers you will only experience the true beauty and fragrance of the peony. A perfect combination of climate, rich black soil, cool temps and crazy sunshine of up to 20 hours a day produces magnificent flowers with long, robust stems and exceptional blooms. We are excited to be able to offer our peonies direct from the farm to you!

Seafoods of Alaska
Patrick & Dawn Schneider: email: seafoodsofalaska@acsalaska.net

Fish and seafood. Fresh side-stripe shrimp, fresh-frozen Kodiak scallops, ling cod, and rockfish, and Alaskan king crab.  You can also find wild game jerky, salmon jerky and canned king or silver salmon.

Snowshoe Hollow Farm

Christina Castellanos

A one-woman / one horse-powered sustainable small farm using pony-power to grow good food for you! Offering a wide variety of hardy vegetable, flower and herb starts from certified organic seed. We are known for our flavorful Rainbow Salad Bags, fat bunches of lush cilantro and autumn specialties such as artichokes, pumpkins, and edible ornamental corn. Fuzzy Bunny hair scrunchies and feather earrings crafted from the naturally shed fur and feathers of our own Angora rabbits and farm birds are also offered when available. 

Synergy Gardens and the Alaska Garlic Project

Lori, Wayne, and Obadiah Jenkins: 706-273-0077;

email: synergygardens@gmail.com

Website: https://synergygardens.net/

We are a 5 acre Biologically Intensive Market Garden, with 1.5 acres under cultivation.  We offer tours, Farm-To-Table events, Internships, a gourmet CSA and workshops.  We grow delicious varieties of Heirloom and mixed vegetables along with all things Garlic for Farmers Market customers, chefs and restaurants. Early in the season find radishes, Purple Spinaches, Asparagus, Arugula, colorful lettuces, Golden Napa Cabbage,  mixed fresh herbs and Artichokes. In Summer we sell early carrots, herbs, Garlic Scapes, edible Blossoms, tomatoes and cucumbers. Then towards Fall, find gourmet varieties of garlic bulbs, Garlic Braids along with carrots, shallots, sugar snap peas, fresh peas and other greens

Twitter Creek Gardens

Emily Garrity, phone: (907) 299-4717,

email: twittercreekgardens@gmail.com

Website: www.twittercreekgardens.com

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Twitter Creek Gardens is a nine acre micro-farm located on the South side of Lookout Mountain outside of Homer, Alaska. We cultivate one and a half acres of nutrient dense vegetables in a bio-intensive fashion with a concentration on soil health. 

Wilderness Greenhouse

Tracy and Michael Veal, Phone 907-435-7316, email: akfiddlegirl1@yahoo.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/wildernessgreenhouse/


Wilderness Greenhouse grows heirloom tomatoes, peppers and cucumbers using all natural methods.  We use no chemicals, pesticides or fungicides.  We make some hanging baskets and grow some herbs and plant starts for sale.  "Homer Grown Salsa" should be available after June when the tomatoes really start coming on!  We plan to grow 90% of the produce to make our salsa- 100% whenever possible!

Will Grow Farm
Paul and Jen Castellani: phone: 907-299-4158,

email: pjwillgrow@gmail.com

Website:  Will Grow Farm

Various salad greens, prepared salad bags, green onions, green garlic, celery and celeriac, herbs and more depending on what is ready. Welcomes special orders for events, preferably with a couple weeks notice.

Produce Vendors

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