Flat Rock Farmers Market Bringing Local Farm Fresh Food to your Table
Opening Day- 4/29/21
Join us on Thursdays from 3-6 pm through October
Celebrating over 15 years of bringing fresh, local produce and handcrafted goods to the community of Flat Rock NC.
Join us every Thursday, May – October at our location at Pinecrest Presbyterian Church at the corner of Upward Rd and Greenville Hwy.
Our farmers market is a diverse group of local produce farmers, makers, bread bakers, wild crafters and merry makers. You will love the friendly, informative, creative vendors that set up for the market. Be sure you stop by each one to introduce yourself and ask questions. We love sharing what we do and how we do it with our community.
Thank you for supporting our market by purchasing local goods, sharing our location with friends and neighbors and donating to our market to help us cover our operating costs. Our costs include website and social media marketing, advertising, Porta John services, etc.
Click the donate button to contribute. You may also see our market manager at the market to make a cash donation. We appreciate it!
If you would like to sponsor our market, please email us for more info.
Fresh To Your Table
You will love the variety of items you will find at Flat Rock Farmers Market. We feature new vendors with new items each week.
Local Farmers & Vendors
Our farmers and growers, makers and hand crafters are dedicated and invested to help our market grow. We select vendors with best practices and that provide quality to our market.
We also feature local artists in our markets and enjoy having musicians play for us.
Become A Vendor
If you are interested in joining us as a vendor or musical act, let us know what you plan to bring to the market. One of our managers will be happy to talk with you.
To become a qualified vendor or join us as a musician, download our Vendor Application and Market Rules
Questions? Please send us a message below.
Our Regular Market Vendors
Bringing you the best local farmers and vendors each week
Terra Lingua Growers
Owner: Jessica Spiegel
Community focused and dedicated to sustainability, Jessica utilizes strictly organic methods to grow via deep water hydroponics, growing towers and field planting produce and flowers.
Holly Spring Farm
Owners: Paul & Simone Shoemaker
Mills River, NC
Using sustainable practices, we produce over 30 varieties of tomatoes, specializing in heirlooms, as well as, other specialty vegetables, tomato starts, and U-cut Christmas trees. We supply restaurants in the Hendersonville area and sell at local farmers markets
Phone: (828) 891-4968
Sacred Mountain Herbals
Owner: Tammy Adkins
Lake Toxaway, NC
All natural, organic products made in small batches to ensure freshness. Made with quality organic and earth friendly natural and botanical ingredients to help you and your family live a more holistic, chemical free life.
Low Country Seafood
Owners: Jamie Smoak
Green Creek, NC
Fresh from the Low Country seafood selections including Shrimp, Scallops, Grouper Filet, Fresh Fish. Check out the catch of the day, which depends on what’s biting.
Posey Hollow Farms
Owner: Jeff Tempest
Lake Toxaway, NC
All natural, organically grown produce and mushrooms, plus pickled foods and sauces made in small batches for freshness.
Owners: Rose & John Britton
Excellent selection of various jams and jellies, quiches and pot pies. Rose also brings along baked goods when she has time to make them fresh.
Oreno Hellenic Ladi
Owner: George Coundoussias
Minimum steps are used for oil processing from tree to table. The olives are gathered and processed within 24 hours to ensure quality. The mill where the olives are processed is a state of the art facility with equipment that cleans crushes, and emulsifies the olives before filtering and bottling.
What’s In Season?
Ever wonder what you’ll see at market each week, or when tomato season starts? Be sure to Sign Up for our weekly email reminder newsletter to get updates from your farmers and vendors.
Click here to see a handy chart for produce grown in NC. You can print the chart to see when your favorite produce may arrive at local markets. (courtesy of NC Agriculture)