New vendors join Farmers Market

New vendors join Farmers Market
Posted on 04/14/2022
Lenexa Farmers Market logo in front of daffodils, empanadas, tomatoes, hotdog

We are excited to welcome seven new vendors to the Lenexa Farmers Market for the 2022 season, with more to come. What products are we adding? You asked and we listened! 

There are four new fruit and vegetable vendors, including one offering mushrooms and microgreens. Customers have expressed interested in more ready-to-eat options, so we’re adding empanadas and quiches. Flowers are another customer favorite, and floral options are also expanding at the Market this year. 

Season schedule

Connect with all of the new and returning vendors at the Lenexa Farmers Market on Lenexa’s civic campus on Saturday and Tuesday mornings.

  • Saturdays: April 30–Oct. 29, 8 a.m. to noon
  • Tuesdays: May 31–Aug. 30, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

New this year

Bos Hill Blooms(Tuesdays) 
Bos Hill Blooms is a newly established small woman-owned farm in western Shawnee, Kansas. They specialize in edible and fresh-cut flowers, floral arrangements, as well as honey, tomatoes, pumpkins and pears.

Maz’s Produce (Saturdays & Tuesdays)
Maz's Produce is located north of Leroy, Kansas. Their main crops include potatoes, sweet onions, peas, green beans, tomatoes, lettuce, kale, okra, peppers, squash, cucumbers, melons and pumpkins.

The Milk of Human Kindness (Saturdays, once a month) 
The Milk of Human Kindness, from Shawnee, Kansas, seeks to raise awareness of global food waste and solutions available to the average person. They will offer food recovery education and ricotta cheese sampling.

Moonlight Prairie Farm(Saturdays) 
Based in Gardner, Kansas, this women-owned farm grows flowers and a variety of fruits and vegetables including mushrooms, tomatoes, leeks, greens and microgreens, potatoes, green beans, peppers, garlic, okra and zucchini.

New Roots for Refugees - Len Merry(Tuesdays) 
Len Merry is in her first season as a part of the New Roots for Refugees farm business training program, a collaboration between Catholic Charities of Northeast Kansas and Cultivate KC. She grows a variety of Asian and American vegetables using organic practices.

Spanish House Farm(Saturdays) 
Spanish House Farm grows specialty cut flowers in a pollinator-safe environment in Piper, Kansas. Varieties are carefully chosen for their suitability and harvested at peak ripeness, so customers can enjoy a long vase life.

Tango Bites(Saturdays & Tuesdays) 
Based in Overland Park, Kansas, Tango Bites serves up traditional Argentinean baked empanadas and mini quiches made with high-quality ingredients and flavorful seasonings. 

Apply to be a vendor

Businesses who would like to be featured as a vendor at the Lenexa Farmers Market can learn about guidelines and submit an interest form.


Published April 14, 2022