Silas’s Produce

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Silas’s Produce

Once again, the magical seeds along Highway 74-A in Fairview have sprouted, creating a garden of goodness at one of our favorites, Silas’s Produce.

It’s a quick, easy stop where you’ll find a bounty of berries, plenty of peppers, and lots of leafy greens. Nate Ashe used to sell his collection of locally-grown foods from a food truck before settling up this permanent spot near 2013. Silas’s Produce (named for his son) is a chance for smaller growers to get their goods onto tables and into tummies.

You’ll also find local eggs and other speciality products from Buncombe and Henderson counties and the Cane Creek Valley.

You’ll find Silas’s Produce about three miles east of the Blue Ridge Parkway. It’s open Monday through Saturday 10 am to 6:30 pm, and Sunday 10am to 5:30 pm.

Ken Ulmer

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