As of October 28, 2022:

Our primary sales outlet is the Manassas Farmer’s Market on Saturdays.. The remaining 2022 dates that we will attend the market are November 5, 12, & 19. The Saturday market runs from 8am – 1pm and is held in the commuter parking lot in downtown Manassas across the street from Baldwin Elementary. (There is also a Thursday market from April-ish through November-ish that we don’t attend.) Feel free to swing by and see what we have! As an additional option, you’re welcome to contact us to pre-order any item in advance and then pickup at the market.

The following shows what we offer (subject to availability), associated pricing, and whether the typical use after purchase would be to eat OR to plant (or either):

Microgreens are sold live in soil in a 5″ square tray. We can cut and bag trays on request. Varieties include:

  • amaranth
  • arugula
  • basil
  • basic salad mix
  • broccoli
  • cabbage
  • cilantro
  • mustard
  • onion
  • pea
  • radish (purple)
  • spicy salad mix
  • sunflower

Potted herbs are sold live in soil in 4″ round pots. Varieties include:

  • basil, Genovese
  • basil, purple
  • basil, Thai
  • catnip
  • chives
  • cilantro
  • dill
  • lemon balm
  • marjoram
  • oregano
  • parsley
  • peppermint
  • rosemary
  • spearmint
  • tarragon
  • thyme

To place an order, please email us at or call 703-392-4810, and provide the following information:

  • first & last name
  • email address and/or phone number
  • items desired and associated quantities
  • planned pickup date
  • planned payment method & date

For payment methods, we accept cash, check, credit, or Venmo (search “pennmarketfarm”).

Once we receive your order, we will get back to you to confirm the reservation (indicating whether we have sufficient quantities to fulfill the order, as well as the price breakdown). And at that point, you’d be welcome to pay in advance of pickup via Venmo, or just pay via any of the above methods at pickup.

You are certainly welcome to contact us if you have any questions about any of this. Thanks!