Lyttelton Farmers’ Market

Lyttelton Farmers Market logo with 4 coloured squares

Stallholders with fresh fruit and vegetables, free range eggs, bread, meat, fish, cheese, juices, herbs and plants sell at the market every week.

The market has been running since the beginning of September 2005 and is as a not-for-profit enterprise by Project Lyttelton Inc. and local volunteers.

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When: Every Saturday from 10am to 1pm
Where: London Street, Lyttelton, New Zealand

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  1. Sunny
    Posted August 1, 2020 at 11:06 am #    

    Good morning,
    This is Sunny, How are you? Hope you have a wonderful weekend! I'm sorry to bother you, but it's really important and hasty for me. Hope you could reply me soon when you have time, thank you so much.

    I want to inquire about planting vegetables, chili, tomatoes, leek, pea, snow pea, beetroot, lettuce, coriander, broccoli, celery, green bean, onion, fennel, may I know when to plant and harvest them is the best time? coz I saw they can be planted in many months, September, October, November, etc, may I know is there any difference to plant them in any of these months or which month is best to plant, please?

    And do they need seedlings? If needed, when to seedlings is better and what kind of condition can be transplanted outside, please?

    Best regards,


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