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Weekends at the Farmer’s Markets

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The Sunday market at Walter Reed and Columbia Pike offers fresh picked local produce, freshly made salsas, Virginia honey, cheeses and free range meats and more to shoppers.

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Hayeh Wiseman adds more flowers to the Mason Jars at the farm stand.

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Eggplants can be grilled or baked for delicious summer meals.

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Joe Orlando sells Virginia pure beeswax candles and honeys from four local beekeepers.

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Peaches and nectarines from Toigo

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Flowers are selected for bouquets at Wollam Gardens

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The bounty of summer vegetables at the Arlington Courthouse Farmer’s Market on Saturday morning.

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Chip Plank sets out tomatoes as fast as hands pick them up at the Wheatland Farms stand at the market.

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Over a dozen variety of tomatoes were available at the same price per pound at Wheatland Farms stand this past weekend. Chip Plank said that the gardens at the farm are producing an abundance of fruits and vegetables this season.

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Over a dozen variety of tomatoes were available at the same price per pound at Wheatland Farms stand this past weekend. Chip Plank said that the gardens at the farm are producing an abundance of fruits and vegetables this season.

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Empty crates border the perimeter of the market after a busy early morning of sales.

The Sunday market at Walter Reed and Columbia Pike offers fresh picked local produce, freshly made salsas, Virginia honey, cheeses and free range meats and more to shoppers It is open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

<b> Courthouse Square Market</b>

The Arlington Market at Courthouse Square operates year round on Saturday mornings from 9 a.m. until noon, carrying, fruits, vegetables, flowers, baked goods, cheeses, soaps and a lot more. Saturday 9a.m. to Noon