Most of what is for sale is food and drink, but there are also T-shirts, and hats, and various craft items are displayed in the buildings which during the time of the county fair have the 4-H exhibits in them.
Zimmerman's has long been the place to get really inexpensive plants. One of the first things I bought here was field grown chrysanthemums.
Recently, they have put little red wagons outside the front door. Instead of a shopping cart, you get a wagon and pull it around behind you (or get a child to do it) and put what you intend to purchase in the wagon. The picture shows some of the greenhouses, some of the produce and the front door with the wagons stacked up outside.
What to buy: Zimmerman's Greenhouse is the place to buy bedding plants, vegetables, cut flowers, fresh produce, and garden supplies. They also have garden benches, and the like, and even sell smocked dresses and occasionally baked goods.
They do not take credit cards.
Since they are Amish, they also do not have a phone or electricity, and so no phone number or web address.
What to pay: I got 10 two inch pots of shade flowers (begonias, etc) and two 4" pots (coleus) for $6.04 including tax.
have not been here - they display local artists
Wed. - Sat. : 11am - 6pm
Sunday: 11am - 4pm
Closed Mon. & Tues.