Please note: Construction near the farm has changed the routes to get to Pendleton's Country Market. Please refer to the driving directions and check out the map below.
Coming from the Kansas City area: On Hwy 10, take exit East 1900 Rd, turn right 1/4 mile to stop sign at Dg Co Road 442. Turn left going west on Dg Co Road 442. Go 1/2 mile to N1850 Road. Turn right, go 1/2 mile north to the farm.
Coming from Lawrence: Please note that both 11th and 15th Streets closed this fall; on Hwy 10, take exit East 1900 Rd, turn left and go 1/2 mile to stop sign at Dg Co Road 442. Turn left going west on Dg Co Road 442. Go 1/2 mile to N1850 Road. Turn right, go 1/2 mile north to the farm.
(date subject to change if weather gets cold earlier)
Over 20 farms and artisans will have holiday decor and gifts for sale. Poinsettias, evergreen wreaths, baked goods, artwork, wine tasting, handmade gift items.
At the DoubleTree Hotel in Lawrence. All the regulars from the Lawrence Farmer's Market will bring their specialty items for a pre-holiday sale!
When growing bedding plants for your garden or cut flowers for your table, we take extra care with each and every plant on our property to make sure they are of quality for you. We not only grow some of the most beautiful flowers in the midwest, but we can also arrange them to help create some of the most beautiful and memorable weddings and events.
Everything on the farm is seasonal. Sign up for our crop update emails to keep up on what's available at the farm. Also, be sure to like us on Facebook for more up-to-the minute crop reports. We are located in the Kaw River Valley, where the country air and neighborly service provides a relaxing environment to shop for fresh vegetables, flowers, and garden gifts.
You can also find Pendleton's Country Market at the Saturday Lawrence Farmers Market and the Wednesday Clinton Parkway Nursery Farmers Market. Sign up for our CSA program to receive a weekly bag of the best produce around during the spring, summer, and fall. There is no simpler way to enjoy fresh local produce all season. "Food from a farmer you know!"