Boy and Girl Farm is owned and operated by Joe and Amy Rohrer. We grow over 50 varieties of vegetables using organic methods on 10 acres. We understand the deep importance of our job in agriculture and are hopeful future generations develop a much deeper appreciation and knowledge of agriculture in our country.
We are a working interactive agritourism farm an easy 20 minute drive south of Waxhaw,and we bring our pasture-raised lamb, local honey, and honey & beeswax soap to the Waxhaw Farmers Market on Saturdays. Please see our website for up-to-date news on events and fun happenings on Fox Trot Farm.
Fresh from our farm to the market, we offer delicious seasonal strawberries, and we’ve now added blueberries and blackberries to our offerings. The Ivy Place, nestled on 33 acres just south of Charlotte, is the perfect venue for outdoor weddings, receptions, garden parties, graduation celebrations and family reunions. The home was built in 1850 and provides outdoor elegance among the beautiful, peaceful gardens that allow you to express your own personal style.
Piney Oak Farm is owned and operated by Sean and Linda Sutton in Waxhaw, NC. We are a highly-intensive sustainable suburban farm specializing in no-till regenerative farming practices. We believe in small-scale farming that does not use fossil fuels. No tractors or heavy equipment will be found on our farm. We work hard to bring you the food you buy and you can rest assured that the food you eat was grown with non-GMO seeds without the use of fossil fuels or insecticides, herbicides or fungicides.
Potters Market Farms was inspired by years of experience and passion for gardening, culinary arts, woodworking, beekeeping, and nature in general. We strive to provide produce for traditional and modern culinary trends. Our goal is to develop a sustainable farm using natural and healthy methods. We offer a large variety of vegetables grown during three seasons, as well as cut flowers and some fruit. Honey is available from the apiary when the bees can afford to part with it. We also offer custom small woodworking projects, with individual time frames and pricing.
Sharonview Farm in Mineral Springs has been growing mushrooms going on 10 years. Teri and Nasi have also been selling a variety of vegetables, flowers, plants and herbs almost as long. Having “retired” recently we are now farming full time and expanding our offerings to include gourds and other art crafts.
I (Kristy Taylor) specialize in perennial plants, natives, and non GMO veggies, germinating over 1000 on my dining room table starting in late January. It is an honor to serve Union County and make it a more beautiful place to live for the last 7 years. The Waxhaw Farmer’s Market is a perfect fit for me and I love getting to know my customers and building an ongoing relationship, and to be available long after someone takes one of my plants home!