Here is a small fenced-in area next to the right side of the building. A few herbs and flowers grow here. In season, lovely pots as well as garden ornaments are for sale in this space.
Pipkins began in the 1980s as a small roadside stand, selling in-season vegetables and fruits in the Summer. Eventually, the stand was enclosed in a building, and the business began to operate year 'round. All produce is hand picked, fresh, and delicious. Most produce comes from local growers within a 100 mile radius. The market also sells local specialty items such as breads, salsas, and gelato. And, oh, the most wonderful apple cider!
Later, a garden area was added. (It is located on the property across the parking lot from the building.) Such a wonderful variety of plants--annuals and perennials--one can find!
Pipkin's Market website (only of interest to locals)
Ani is hosting Fence Post Friday on her blog Coffee Pot People.
Read all about it and link up HERE.
Come join in the fun!
photos by me © 2010