The Westborn Fruit and Vegetable Market is located in Westborn, Virginia, about 40 miles east of Washington, DC.
It is the largest outdoor market in the United States and is the oldest continuously operating fruit and vegetables market in Virginia.
The market has been a staple in the town for about 40 years and attracts hundreds of thousands of people a year.
In the summer, the market can hold more than 30,000 visitors, according to the market’s website.
It has grown from just a single stall in 1996 to a full-service market, catering to the needs of its customers and the surrounding communities.
For the last 15 years, Westborn has hosted a community garden on the property, which is now one of the largest community gardens in the world.
The garden was created in honor of the local farmers who helped to develop the market and its gardens.
As the market grows, more and more of the garden’s land will be dedicated to the growing of native and sustainably grown produce.
The gardens will be available to the public, including those in the nearby towns of Westland and Virginia.
For many people, the growing season can be a challenge.
For those who live in the area, the garden is a popular gathering spot for the summer and even a tourist attraction for many locals.
The Westbeth Farms Farmers Market is one of Westborn’s oldest open-air markets, having been opened in the 1970s.
The current market is located just outside the town, which sits on a ridge that rises into the Potomac River.
The farmers market is open every Saturday and Sunday at 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., with the largest event being the annual “Green Friday” sale.
This year’s farmers market, which runs through July 26, will feature an array of local produce, from fruits, vegetables and meats to bread, jams, soups and jams.
It will also include a rotating selection of handmade crafts and artisans.
Westbith Farms, located in the same town, is also a major source of produce for the local area.
For more information about the farmers market and how to find it, visit Westbuth Farms.
Westborn is not the only area of Virginia to host the annual farmers market.
The annual market, also known as “The Garden,” is held in the surrounding town of Fairfax.
It features a variety of local vegetables and fruits, from vegetables grown in the region to local farm products, from herbs and flowers to cheeses and bread.
Westborough, Virginia hosts the annual Farmers Market in the center of town, with the main event taking place on Saturday, July 20.
It’s a family-friendly event featuring a wide variety of vendors selling produce from the local farms.
The vendors include local farmers and local food companies, including The Farm Fresh, a local food market and grocery, as well as local restaurants.
There is also an art exhibit in the back of the market, where you can see artwork and craft work by local artists.
The event is free and open to the general public.
The farm markets in the rest of Virginia are held in Charlottesville, Fairfax, Washington, and Montgomery.
For information about how to plan your trip to the farms market, visit the Westbostons Farmers Market.