Country Lane Market
Barb Unruh & Henry Unruh
Country Lane Market is 20km outside of Saskatoon - "Bringing Our Small Farm Products to the City".
Fresh free run eggs, preserves, and baking year-round.
Bedding plants, fresh fruit, and veggies seasonally.
Lisa Grilz & Renny Grilz
Blazing Star Wildflower Seed Company is family owned and operated. We have been a supplier of Canadian wildflower seeds since 1992. We have been online since 1997 and opened our first online store in 2010. We hope that by provding others with the resources needed to grow wildflowers that we all can be a part of the effort to preserve our native plants.
Canadian wildflowers are hardy plants which withstand the rigorous prairie climate. Adapted to hot summers, drought, and cold winters, they require little maintenace once established. By growing wildflowers you are conserving their aesthetic, historical and ecological values. Wildflowers attact wildlife, enrich the soil and control erosion because of their deep root systems.
At Blazing Star we pay special attention to ensure that our wildflower seeds are collected, processed and stored carefully in order to supply the best seed possible. Our hand picked seeds are native to Saskatchewan, Alberta and Manitoba and proudly grown in Saskatchewan.
Marisa Bioart Plant Tech Inc.
Succulents potted in fun and decorative pots. Perfect for gifts or to accent your home.
G&R Gardens / Gail's Greenhouse
Gail Medernach & Brandy Medernach
Gail has been a member of the Farmers' Market since the 1980's! At this booth, you'll find a full line of bedding plants, vegetable plants, hanging baskets, and patio pots. "Flowers make life more beautiful". When the vegetables arrive, Gail's son and daughter-in-law join her at the booth. They carry a large line of vegetables, specializing in cabbage and brussel sprouts. "Linking health and agriculture".
Wally's Market Garden
Wally Satzewich & Gail Vandersteen
Over a decade ago, Wally and Gail gave up their acreage outside of Saskatoon to try urban growing. While lower volume, there are many benefits to city growing: the season is longer, it requires less equipment, and there are less pests and wind to manage. Wally’s Market Garden produces 10-15 high quality crops, and is famous for its specialty garlic and shallots. They also grow a wide variety of other produce, including: lettuce, spinach, green onions, potatoes, carrots and fresh herbs.