Cook’s Garden      

 Owners: Stephen & Zella Cook

You will find a little bit of a lot of things at Viveca's Artistic Visions! Beautiful hand-made yard art, succulent plants, weaving, knitted items and more. You just have to stop by and see what's new here every week!

Harry's Ole'd Country Orchard

Owners: Eileen & John Maxwell


  Consultant: Connie Schmidt

At Spring Run Farm of New Carlisle, Ohio we raise annual and perennial flowers along with fruits, vegetables, and herbs. We also bring a wide variety of hanging baskets. 
Spring Run Farm is done for the 2018, but they will be back in May 2019!

Meet Our Vendors

Simple Trinity Clothing

Tasha’s Common Scents      

  Owner: Tasha J. Jenkins

​Spring Run Farm      

 Owners: Paul & Melody Snyder​

Downing Fruit Farm

 Owner: Bob Downing

Cressell's Natural Produce offers a variety of local produce that is grown organically, but they are not certified organic. Charlie Cressell, the owner of the business, is a certified Master Organic Gardener and has been gardening organically for about 40 years.

Simple Trinity Clothing joined us late last season and we are so glad to have them!  They specialize in Elegant Tees, Sports Wear Design and Sales. Whether you are an Individual, Business, School or Team they can CUSTOMIZE your clothing.

Shiloh Farmers' Market

Zella Cook knows that landscaping is more than planting flowers. We  work with our clients to craft the perfect spaces for their needs.

Anita Heras began making custom jewelry in 2002. Anita specializes in wire-wrapping . . . incorporating fused-glass and natural stones to create her beautiful pendants, earrings, bracelets and rings. She also designs and creates unique gift items including business card holders and fused glass dishes. Anita’s designs can be found in specialty shops in Dayton, and in Sarasota and Clearwater Beach, Florida. She can also be found at many local artisan events. In a national competition sponsored by a major glass manufacturer, Anita was awarded first-place for her fused-glass jewelry. She placed second at the Riverbed Arts Center in Dayton, Ohio for wire-wrapping, glass-fusing and lampwork beading.
So we are thrilled to have her at Shiloh!

Returning this season, Harry's Ole'd Country Orchard has a wonderful variety of jams, jellies, sauces, honey, salsa, dressings, pickles, syrup,chow-chow, sprouts and wild basil herbs,

We are excited to have Karen joining us again us again at Shiloh Farmers' Market this season!

Karen has been in business for 5 years now.  "Hooked on Brittle" got started one day when her Dad asked her to make him some brittle and use her grandmother's recipe.  He loved it!! Then, she did her first Strawberry festival in Shandon Ohio, and sold 300 bags, then she was on her way!!

At that time she was only making Regular, but now she has Pecan, Cashew, Coconut, Spicy, Bacon, Spicy Bacon, Spicy mix with a  peanut n pecan, Almond, Walnut! Some of her varieties are sold only by request

Viveca's Artistic Visions

Owner: Viveca McDonald

I come to Shiloh Farmers’ Market to offer you an opportunity to buy genuine Tupperware Products for your home. Keep those wonderful vegetables and baked goods fresh as long as possible!

You can find me every Saturday with lots of products and ideas to share.

Mission Statement

In 2004, I decided to make candles as Christmas gifts. To my surprise, Tasha's Common Scents was born! I focus on making quality soy (hydrogenated soybean oil) candles and tarts. With over 1,200 scents available, I welcome special orders for weddings, parties, baby showers, etc. I will have at least 30 different scents to experience each Saturday at the market!

Check out my Facebook page!

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Hooked On Brittle
Owner: Karen Price Vines

Ear-Resistibles!  by Anita

 Owner: Anita Heras

  Cressell's Natural Produce    

  Owners: Charlie Cressell

Downing Fruit Farm, of New Madison, Ohio, has been in business since 1838. Seven generations have run the family business. We are well known for our apple cider which won the National Cider Contest in 2001. We also sell a large selection of fruits and vegetables. We are a seasonal business as of now, with new orchards planted in hopes of becoming a year round supplier of apples and cider.

Cook’s Garden has been attending Shiloh Farmers’ Market since it’s second season in 2000. We sell flowers and vegetable plants in May and strive to have a large selection of lettuce each week from May to October. Another one of our specialities is to have early and tasty tomatoes. Throughout the growing season we bring a large variety of produce and cut flowers and some fresh herbs. In September, we have honey produced by our bees. We grow all our crops using no chemical herbicides, insecticides or fertilizers; however we raise our transplants conventionally.