Closed For The Season.
Closed For The Season.
Closed For The Season. We'll Be Back In May!
Fresh Fruits & Vegetables
Under Our Grand Oak
Ed Lester Farms is an outdoor farmer’s market located right on the bank of the west bank of the Red River. Under the shade of our stately grand oak you will feel the cool summer breeze as you peruse through our beautiful selection of fresh picked fruits and vegetables.
Produce arrives from the fields beginning around 8 am and typically remains in supply until closing time at 5 pm. Because of our relationship with Mother Nature, our selection of crops changes over the summer season. Cooler season crops such as lettuce and broccoli will give way to warmer season crops like okra, melons, and purple hull peas.
Tips For Your Trip
Needing to buy in large quantities?
No problem! Our staff is happy to help
you with all your purchases.
What to Bring
You don’t need to bring a thing. If you will be transporting your fresh veggies for a long distance you may wish to bring an ice chest. We do offer thermal bags which work nicely for our shell peas and other more delicate produce. But your air conditioned car will be just fine for the short haul.
Pay How You Want
We accept checks, Senior Citizens Nutrition
Program Coupons as well as all
major credit cards.
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Congratulations! You have done a great thing.
If you shopped with us this season, thank you. Your support of what we do here on the farm is very much appreciated and it is this support that allows us, year after year, to continue to grow the finest and freshest produce in our area.
If you did not shop with us, perhaps you have only heard about us, then we look forward to seeing you in late May next season.
We are blessed to have some the most dedicated and hardworking staff who strive daily to grow, harvest and prepare all the fruits and vegetables you see here on this farm. Our sales season is very short, being from late May to the end of July. In this brief time, there is a wonderful and miraculous race against time, the elements and all with that Mother Nature tests us. This season was no exception.
It is our hope your family enjoyed the tomatoes, peaches and other goodies from our farm or that on some cold winter day, you turn your now frozen purple hull peas into a delicious, bubbling pot of southern comfort.
Thanks again and we will see you all in May of 2022.