Our farm market is OPEN for the season!

You can shop online or in person!

We continue curbside pick up for orders

at the farm for those who       

would rather not come inside.

2021 CSA Program is Full

We have filled all of our CSA memberships for the year.  Contact us if you are interested for next year!

It is Asparagus Season!

We are now picking asparagus every day!  We hope to pick asparagus until Memorial Day.  We should always have a good supply when you come out to the farm, unless the weather is bad.  We have decided to offer Pick-Your-Own again this year, but don’t always have trailer rides to the field.  We are currently offering PYO lettuce and spinach as well!


We’ve been getting questions about shipping. We are a produce and flower farm, and mail order hasn’t fit into our business plan very well. We are, however, glad to ship your items for you, at our cost of shipping. Please note in the comment box at checkout that you would like for us to ship your order, and we will contact you with actual shipping costs. You can then pay with a credit card over the phone for shipping.

 To help prevent the further spread of the virus, we are offering Drive Thru services.  If you would like Drive Thru services, please call when you get here. 

You are also welcome to shop in person if you would like.

You can order and pay online from our online shop.
You can also email your list order to: orders@pendletons.com or call in your list to: 785-843-1409

We can take your credit card information over the phone, or we will call you for this information after we have received your order.

Online Shop!

We have launched an online shop and will continually add and update items that are available for you to pick up here at the farm. Click here to see what we have right now!

2021 CSA

We are now taking applications for our 2021 CSA Program.  Click on CSA tab above for more information.

Stay Up-to-Date

If you want to know what’s going on at Pendleton’s Country Market, sign up for our email newsletter, it’s sent out anytime we start harvesting a new crop.

Pendleton’s Country Market

Pendleton’s Country Market is nestled in the rich Kaw River Valley, and grows vegetables, bedding plants and cut flowers. The family wants to make their customer’s visit to the farm fun and educational, and offer Pick-You-Own vegetables in season. Pendleton’s Country Market provides quality locally produced items with personal service and honest prices.

We are environmentally responsible, using only biological pest controls in their greenhouses and many land conservation practices in their growing. Pendleton’s sells their flowers, plants and produce at the Lawrence Farmers Market, The Farmers Market at Clinton Parkway Nursery, through their Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program, and of course at their home farm market.

Plants and Flowers

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.

At the Farm

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.

Where to Find Us

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 recieve 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!”

About the Pendletons

“John is equal part passionate farmer, skilled mechanic, nature lover and avid entomologist. A quick trip around the farm will have you encounter hard-working, yet passive bumble bees that do the bulk of the pollinating in the Pendleton’s hydroponic tomato shed. You’ll also see beautiful butterflies arrive, pollinate and go on their way. John loves all of it. He’ll fix a tractor, do farm work and still be able to tell you where the newest birds nest full of eggs is around the farm. John can be found most days driving customers around on his vintage tractor as he shows eager pickers where the best harvest of the day is.”

“Karen is an enthusiastic farmer, dedicated educator and incredible tour guide. She has a passion for teaching people about agriculture, whether it’s about which plants to put in partial shade or the process behind how they grow their vegetables.”

“But most importantly, their passion is to farm together. Their relationship and connection with each other is one that makes you believe in something again. It’s something to get excited about… like the first ripe tomato of summer.”

– From Kansas Farmer, by Scott Stebner.

Pendleton’s CSA Cookbook

You will find the book contains recipes that are a little heavy on the “not so well known” vegetables. We’ve found that kale, kohlrabi, okra and eggplant are not as familiar to many of our members, and we try to provide more uses for these. It’s the old, “try it, you’ll like it” idea! Of course we’ve also included lots of our favorite recipes for many other vegetables and fruits that will be found in our weekly bags.

Tips on how to use the produce in your CSA bag, the local Farmers Market or from your back yard bounty.

Learn to eat locally and seasonally.

This can finally be the year where you not only keep up with your summer vegetables, but get the most possible out of them.

Frequently Asked Questions

When is asparagus season?
The average dates for asparagus season are April 15 – almost the end of May.
When is the farm open?
We are a seasonal business. We are open “in-season”. Depending on the weather, we are open from March until the 2nd week of December.
What type of plants do you sell?

We sell a wide variety of annuals, herbs, succulents and vegetable plants. This year, we have 109 varieties of tomato transplants!

Do you supply wedding flowers?
Yes, we will do full service weddings and events, or you can buy bulk flowers for DIY. It is best to call for a consultation to go over the flowers you would like for your event.
What crops do you offer for Pick-Your-Own?
Asparagus, spinach, lettuce, peas, green beans, sweet potatoes and pumpkins. Sign up for our crop update emails for other specials and picking dates.
What events do you have in the Fall?

We invite you to visit us on the Kaw Valley Farm Tour the first weekend of October.

The weekend before and the weekend after Thanksgiving we invite you out to our Holiday Open House. During the Open House we will have fresh evergreens, poinsettias and holiday gifts. During the Open House, you will also be able to shop from about 20 other local farms that join us for the event.