Farmers Markets Near Me
Special Products Available by order
Jams, Jellies & Fruit Butter
Did You know
You can order more than just fruit to be delivered to our Farmers Market?
These delicious treats are a new addition from Steven Murray’s Mushroom collection!
These peculiar fruits are a perfect example of what makes Murray Family Farms rare fruit expert Steven Murray great! He found these delicious berries while out on an adventure across the globe, and brought them home to our farm! They are sometimes called Mandarin Melonberries because of how similar their flavor is to watermelon. Even the seeds look like watermelon seeds!
Medlar are hard and acidic, but become edible after being softened by frost, or naturally in storage given sufficient time. Once softening begins, the skin rapidly takes on a wrinkled texture and turns dark brown, and the inside reduces to the consistency and flavour reminiscent of apple sauce.
In selecting passion fruit for eating, choose those that are plump and ripe, and heavy for their size, as this indicates juiciness. Do not be put off at the sight of slightly wrinkled skin, since these are actually the sweetest. When kept in room temperature, passion fruits should be eaten within a couple of days.
The guava is one of our more exotic fruits. You may be familiar with them from various drinks, but you can get them fresh right here at Murray Family Farms!
Elderberries make fantastic jam and preserves. They’re also well known as a natural remedy for a variety of ailments!
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Kumquats have a very silly name, and a very silly growing habit. While plenty of people believe they dislike this humble little fruit, the fact of the matter is they may not have been eating them correctly. The true flavor of the kumquat is in the skin, where the sugar goes. This leaves the inside bitter, and unaware citrus fans disappointed!
The sole variety of lime we grow is the Costello lime, otherwise known as the Key Lime! If you are looking to make a fresh key-lime pie, Murray family farms is the first place to stop!
We grow two varieties of persimmons, one is the Hachia which is very much like persimmons you may be used to. They are only edible when you let them sit to the point of near rotting. The Fuyu persimmon however is absolutely amazing. It can be eaten at any time much like an apple. Delicious!
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