Our Vendors

Because our vendors can change annually, this list may not be complete.  If you spot an incorrect listing, or would like to update your listing, please contact us.

The Driftless Market

Opened June 4th, 2009. The Driftless Market is a local and natural foods grocery, providing area shoppers with convenient access to healthy, environmentally friendly produced foods and quality products from regional growers, producers, and artists, as well as their own certified kitchen.

Tuesday – Friday: 10 am – 7 pm
Saturday: 8 am – 4 pm
Sunday: 10 am – 4 pm
Closed Monday

The Driftless Market
95 West Main Street
Platteville, WI 53818


Moonlight Perennials

Full-sized, winter hardy perennials, hundreds of perennial flowers.  We never use greenhouses, our plants will acclimate themselves to your Wisconsin garden with no problems. We also have a nice selection of shrubs, bushes and topiaries. Stop by and see us at the Market or at our house at 150 Moonlight Drive, Platteville where you can take a look at our gardens!  Visit our page on Facebook:  Moonlight Perennials

Tom and Deb Osting
Box 190
150 Moonlight Dr, Platteville

Many Paws Dog Treats

A variety of homemade dog treats, toys, and cards.

Marcia Cordts
725 Camp Street
Platteville, WI 53818
(608) 348-4549

Roger Lange

Morel Mushrooms in season.

Rotten Ron

Specializing in dry hot pepper blends grown from seeds found around the world. Fresh Belle Peppers are offered later in the season along with super sweet carrots, red and yellow raspberries, and fresh herbs.

Ron Breuer
1050 Hathaway
Platteville, WI 53818
(608) 574-7197  or  574-7124

Tony Demmer

From my home to yours -  fresh fruits and vegetables.  Specialties include Sweet Corn, Green Beans, Tomatoes, Peppers, green beans, cucumbers, onions, potatoes and more. With a Degree in Culinary Business Management, Tony can advise you in ways to make a healthy dish.

Tony Demmer
5917 Harrison Road
Platteville, WI 53818

Walt Wisnewski

The Bay Tree guy from Dory Boat Farm.  Sells Bay Trees, takes requests, thoughtful suggestions and tomato orders.

Walk Wisnewski

Carol Burton

869 E. Valley Court
Lancaster, WI 53813

Embroidery, knitted goods, breads, produce.

The Lunch Bus

52 Means Drive Suite 115A
Platteville, WI 53818
608-330-2534 or 732-3954

Breakfast and lunch menu.

Lazy "O" Alpacas

Alpaca yarn and knit items available.

What you can find at the Market.

All of the products at our Market are locally handmade or homegrown.

Our Market offers a WIDE array of plants and food products (click here to see our art and craft offerings).  We not only offer fresh, locally grown fruits and vegetables, but our vendors also sell perennial and annual ornamental plants, seedlings for your garden, baked and canned goods, and health/beauty products.

Because the readiness of our plants depend upon our temperamental weather here in Wisconsin, we cannot promise in advance exactly what you will find at the Market each Saturday, but we can provide a rough estimate of what you will find freshly harvested when you stop by.  See the chart below for more information.

Wisconsin Seasonal Produce Chart

David Renno

Various vegetables including asparagus, strawberries, peas, beans, sweet corn, melons, onions, and squash grown organically.

Elizabeth Duewer

Full range of produce offered: starts at the market in late June with strawberries and snow peas - blueberries and raspberries follow in July.  Platteville Farmer's Market Vendor for eleven years.  Gardens about one acre of land two miles in the country towards Lancaster.  Offers trees and daylilies from farm.  Plants, elderberries, mulberries, currants, gooseberries, beans, onions, eggplant, leeks, cabbage, kohlrabi, flowers, bread, baked goods.

Elizabeth Duewer
1975 Old Lancaster Road
Platteville, WI 53818
(608) 348-9850 or (608) 348-9859

Gary A. Olson

Variety of seasonal produce.  Two acres of gardens, four greenhouses, small orchard, 12 hives of honeybees to produce comb honey and liquid honey. Platteville Farmers Market vendor since 1980.

Gary Olson
6055 Sunrise Dr, Platteville 53818

Samuel B. Allgyer

23232 Truman Road
Darlington, WI  53530

Bedding plants, hanging baskets, produce. mums in the fall.

Ken Hood

4775 Dump Road
Benton, WI  53803
(608) 759-3195

Bedding plants and vegetables.

Bob and Teresa Straka

845 Bad Land Road
Platteville, WI 53818
(608) 341-6870 or 341-6871

Tom Skala

1241Brewery Street
Highland, WI 53543
(608)  929-7425
TBSkala@yahoo.Com or BreweryCreek@Hotmail.com

Jams, jelly, Dilly beans, relishes,variety of pickled products and relishes, honey, Brewery Creek Trading