Meet Your Newest Market Vendor Highland Hills Farm!

MOUNT VERNON – Flowers bring joy to growers and customers at the Mount Vernon Farmers Market and one of the new flower vendors this year is Highland Hills Farm. The farm’s Tiffany Squires sells many varieties including zinnias, dahlias, sunflowers, snapdragons, cosmos, and gladiolus.
The flower garden started with seeds that were ordered online. For next year Tiffany says they will save and plant some zinnia seeds. They hope to have tulips in the spring.
Highland Hills Farm has seventy acres and is located on Banning Road. In addition to flowers the Squires’ raise cattle and grow hay.
This is her first year growing flowers for the market and Tiffany said, “I have a love for flowers, they bring me joy. Our three girls and my husband help so it is something we can do as a family. I love it.”
The family all helps with planting, cutting, and harvesting. Weeding is a necessary task on the farm but Tiffany says the girls do not like to weed much. They really enjoy coming to the market though on the Public Square each Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon.
Tiffany and all the market vendors agree that one of the wonderful things about the market is the opportunity to meet so many great people, many of whom become repeat customers.
Market entertainment
Saturday, August 6th the Land of Legend Barbershop Chorus will perform on the Public Square during the market at 10:30 a.m.
Market to move for one day Aug. 13th
Mark your calendar for August 13th. That is the day when the market will move to the lot behind the C. A. & C. Depot at 501 S. Main Street to accommodate the Mount Vernon Music & Arts Festival. The City of Mount Vernon and the Knox County Chamber of Commerce have made the S. Main Street site available for several years to the market during the festival.
Vote online
The America’s Farmers Market celebration continues across the country. You can vote for your favorite market online at Select 43050 and cast your vote through September 19, 2022. The Mount Vernon Farmers Market placed first in Ohio in the 2021 celebration.
Learn more about the market
You can learn more about the Mount Vernon Farmers on Facebook and Instagram. And each first Friday of the month at 10 a.m. listen to WMVO – 1300AM, 100.9 FM, and for the Farmers Market segment on AM Knox County for market happenings, vendor profiles, recipes, and more.
Information courtesy of the Mount Vernon Farmer’s Market