|Customer Linda Shrum shows off her selection of new dahlia tubers.|
The market's a colorful kaleidoscope of fresh flowers,
tender new plant starts, produce, meats, fish, dairy products, baked goods and fresh eggs. You can enjoy Indian, Chinese, or Bavarian cuisine or local seafood specialties at tables under cover while you listen to live music. Browse for seeds and salsas, artisan jewelry and lathe-turned wood items, handmade soaps and handmade papers, fruit trees, perennials and, of course, top-quality dahlia tubers.
|Cut dahlias are spectacular in late summer at the market.|
After a break for tending the growing dahlia plants, Lynch Creek will be back at the end of July when the first cut flowers are ready from the dahlia fields. From then until frost, you'll find luscious colorful dahlia bouquets and an assortment of other flowers (statice, zinnias, and golden sunflowers) in ready-made bouquets or by the stem so you can create your own combinations.