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Jim Foxvog (left) of Seed of Hope Farm, rural Tiskilwa, gives change to Teresa Schirmer (right) of Princeton, who bought a lemon pepper plant at the Princeton Farmers' Market Saturday. Also at Foxvog's booth were lettuce, spinach, stinging nettle, strawberries, green onions, green garlic, garlic scapes, oregano, mint, garlic chives, tomato plants, tomatillo plants, pepper plants, canna lily roots and day lily plants. Four vendors had booths at the market Saturday, selling fresh produce and homemade products. The market, located on the Frontier lawn at 439 S. Main St., is open from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays through October.