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Farmers Market Vendor Profiles

Jay Parsons with native plants
Meet the vendor: Parsons’ Gardens
Looking to create beautiful outdoor spaces that attract more birds, butterflies and other wildlife? Stop by the Parsons' Gardens stall at the Lenexa Farmers Market.
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Pascal Larcher of Velouté
Meet the vendor: Velouté
From Toulon to Kansas City, chef/owner Pascal Larcher of Velouté brings classic French cuisine to the Lenexa Farmers Market.
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Terrance and Carl Waldenmaier holding greens
Meet the vendor: LandSeaFood
Carl and Terrance Waldenmaier are the father-son duo behind LandSeaFood, which grows a variety of greens (and, soon, mushrooms!) through hydroponics.
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Javen Fogle surrounded by homemade bread
Meet the vendor: Rock the House Bakery
Rock the House Bakery was named in honor of the 1930s rock farmhouse Jay Fogle’s great-grandparents built. Tight margins in dairy farming led Jay's family to add a commercial bakery as a way to diversify.
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Meet the vendor: Ronnie D’s Cheesecakes
Ronald DiGiovanni bakes delicious cheesecakes right here in Lenexa using his mother's original recipe with only eight ingredients.
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Natalie and Jabin Olds with son
Meet the vendor: Three Bears Bakery & BBQ
Natalie and Jabin Olds have brought their new low-carb, keto-friendly business, Three Bears Bakery & BBQ, to the Lenexa Farmers Market this season.
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Woman standing next to microgreen plants
Meet the vendor: Food Life Joy Microgreens
Loralie and Eric Tangen started Food Life Joy Microgreens in 2010. If you’re unfamiliar with the term, microgreens are shoots of salad vegetables (like arugula, Swiss chard, mustard, beet, radish, broccoli, kale, cabbage, kohlrabi and herbs) that are picked just after the first leaves have developed.
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Man smiling at camera
Meet the vendor: Hemme Brothers Creamery
Hemme Brothers Creamery is bringing its small-batch, handcrafted cheese to the Lenexa Farmers Market as a regular vendor this year.
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