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Our Pre-Season markets were a great success this year, and a wonderful way to celebrate local agriculture, local food and locally inspired art a little earlier.

Now that the weather is starting to warm up, the Burlington County Farmers Market is looking forward to beginning its 18th year on May 11th from 8:30am-1pm!

We will be hosting our annual Opening Day celebration with a focus on Spring Gardens!

We will be hosting our annual Opening Day celebration with a focus on Spring Gardens!

May 11th. 8:30-1pm

May 11th. 8:30-1pm

It will be our first day back for the regular season with an emphasis on all things GARDENING!

Look for:

Floral Bouquets


Potted Bulbs

Pre-Designed Garden Kits


Vegetable & Herb Seedlings

Hanging Baskets


Butterfly Flowers

Annual flats

Native Plants

Stop by for garden-themed talks, fig tree plantings and composting demonstrations led by the County Master Gardeners. Interested in learning how to Grow & Care for Fig Trees? Pre-register for The Rutgers Master Gardeners of Burlington County’s 2 Fig Tree Demos.

Learn how HERE!



Pressed Flowers Mother’s Day Cards & Planting Succulents

Find Bart’s Flowers, Springville Herbary, Hope Sprouts, Buds & Botanicals, Peonies, Petals, and Poseys, Oak Tree Acres and more to get your gardens ready for the season. Many of our farms are returning this year, along with Fernbrook Farms joining the market.

Cooking Demos return on May 11th! Stop by the Farmhouse at 10am for a chef-led what’s in season inspired cooking demonstration. Just be sure to get there before 10am to get a seat and enjoy a bite before heading back out to the market.

Stock up on local strawberries and asparagus and sit and enjoy a scone and hot tea while listening to JB Rocks. We’re back and we just can’t wait to see you on May 11th!

Following Opening Day, stop by the market on any given Saturday at the Burlington County Agricultural Center at 500 Centerton Rd. in Moorestown, NJ from 8:30am – 1pm, until November 23rd.

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