Established in 1999 at 1091 Free Road, in Shiloh, OH, Blooming Grove Auction is a flower and produce auction offering weekly hay, straw, and firewood auctions, and flower plug auctions from February thru mid-April. Flower auctions featuring planters, hanging baskets, and potted plants run from mid-April to early June when the produce season kicks off with June-bearing Strawberry crops in late May.
The auction ends in late October with the auction floor covered with pumpkins, squash, gourds, cauliflower, and cabbage!
Established in 2013 to assist local farmers in the sale and marketing of their locally-grown produce and farm commodities, County Line Produce Auction is located in the heart of Amish farms at 11701 Jeffrey Road, West Salem, OH 44287.
Open from May to November to all from individual buyers to large purchasers such as Heinen’s, everything from flowers to fresh fruits and vegetables can be found throughout the season, with the auction awash in pumpkins and squash in the fall.
Learn more (HERE!) about the auction on YouTube thanks to Heinen’s!
Located at 14575 Madison Road in Middlefield, Ohio on the Middlefield Flea Market grounds, auctioneer Mike Davis calls the auction, “the best kept secret in Geauga County.” Starting up again on Monday April 15th, Monday auctions will begin at 5:00 p.m. with the auction floor filled with colorful blooms.
The auction expands to two days a week with the first Friday auction of the season beginning at 10 a.m. on Friday, May 3rd. The first Wednesday auction of the season begins at 10 a.m. on June 5th, offering three days of auction activity each week just in time for the delicious June-bearing Strawberry crops!
Established in 1995 as a wholesale market to serve local farmers based in Holmes and Wayne County, the Mt. Hope Produce Auction began as the first of its kind started in Ohio, and is currently one of the largest in the state.
Operating from early April to the 2nd week in November, the year begins with the floor covered with flats of flowers, moving to locally-grown fruits and produce later in season. In the fall you’ll find the late season crops including squash, apples, and pumpkins.