Edsel is a fourth generation member of the Curb Market. It is a part of their family heritage. The Hills grow and gather heirloom beans, greasy beans, cucumbers, white lima beans, cornfield beans, empire tomatoes, potatoes, corn, green peas, greens, blueberries, raspberries and eggs. You will also find assorted wildflowers, bittersweet, Christmas wreaths and Christmas… Read More Hill, Edsel–Fresh Produce
The Barnwell family started out with a family farm of 15 acres that has now grown to 300 acres. About 50 years ago they built their Apple House on Highway 64 East as you are heading to Edneyville. Wayne and Doug sell many items including: cider, apples, peaches, honey, molasses, homemade vinegar, tomatoes, beans, peppers, cucumbers, squash,… Read More Barnwell, Wayne & Doug–Produce, Apples & Cider
James Nix has been farming all his life and coming to the Curb Market for six years. He is a second generation seller and proudly sells on his grandparents table. His vegetables include: tomatoes, okra, cucumbers, corn, squash, beans and beets. His wife also bakes homemade sourdough bread.
Farming is a tradition in Henderson County and no one knows that better than the Henderson Family. Thomas, Jane and Elizabeth Henderson are second and third generation vendors at the Curb market and grow a variety of fruits and vegetables on their family farm. During the season you will find: corn, tomatoes, beans, pepper, squash, cucumbers, eggs,… Read More Henderson Farms–Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
Doug’s family has always been involved in farming. After his father passed away he continued the tradition. Elaine’s family had sold vegetables and apples at the Curb Market. After Doug retired, he started coming to the market. Third generation vendors, Doug and Elaine have been selling at the market for about 15 years. Their produce… Read More Capps Produce–Douglas & Elaine Capps