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Our 2023 farmers and producers

Introducing a new farmer

The Market welcomes a new farm, Detroit Wildflower Nursery.

A quick visit to the nursery’s website reveals its scope, which the home page describes as “native plants of Michigan & the mitchell-detroit-wildfowers-(2).pngGreat Lakes region.” The plants are organic and pesticide-free, grown from seed, mostly locally harvested, and are of the “wild type” for maximum genetic diversity.

The nursery, located in Farmington Hills, also offers edible, deer-resistant and bird feeder plants.

"Gardening with native plants is more than just gardening" said owner Mitchell Swindell, at right. "It's about creating habitat and restoring balance."

Our farmers

Here are the farmers who will be coming to our Market this year, as of April 4. Not all will be at every Market. Check website for updates..

Highlighted names will link you to more information.

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Beaverland Farms

BeGreen Microgreens

Detroit Wildflower Nursery*

Droscha Sugarbush 

Farm and Forest

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Fusilier Family Farms and Greenhouses

Gass Centennial Farm

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Green Things Farm Collective 

Imperial Flower Farm

Kapnick Orchards

Kapolnek Farms

Paul's Plant Starts*

Pure Mackinac Fish

R & B Miller Farms

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Xiong's Fresh Asian Produce