• Henry’s Hot Sauce

    Hot sauces in hot, hotter and hottest varieties Henry’s Hot Sauces are handmade in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. Our sauces have received the Virginia’s Finest certification. We grow our own hot peppers used to insure only the freshest, most flavorful ingredients for our sauces. Henry’s Hot Sauces are available in 13 varieties from subtle, with a little kick, to the extreme world’s hottest pepper. Varieties in order from least hot to most hot: Jamaican Lime, Datil, Red Scotch Bonnet, Yellow Scotch Bonnet, Peach Habanero, Chocolate Habanero, Fatali, Caribbean Red, Red Savina, Ghost, Chocolate Ghost, Scorpion and Carolina Reaper. Sauces are available in 4.9oz. glass bottles. Henry’s Hot Sauce is sold at The Market in Woodstock, The Better Beer Store in Winchester, Pot Town Organics in Strasburg and are available online. We also produce two extremely flavorful bbq sauces, Honey BBQ and Chipotle flavors with no high fructose corn syrup. These bbq sauces are available at the South Street Barn Market in Woodstock every Saturday 8am-1pm. Country Rhodes sells our line of bbq sauces on-site for purchase.

  • J & L Green Farm

    Sells on-farm, at the Harrisonburg Farmers’ Market, online buying clubs, Mowery Orchard in Woodstock and Friendly City Food Coop in Harrisonburg. Used at Local Chop and Grill in Harrisonburg.

  • Jadwyn Farm

    We grow a wide selection of produce from A to Z including asparagus, beets, broccoli, cukes, “greens”, lettuces, tomatoes … and much more. We also specialize is a variety of colorful Galdiolus for your cut flower arrangements. We sell on-farm. Call for availability.

  • Lazy W Farm

    We are a small working farm raising a wool breed sheep, flock of free-range chickens and bees. Sheep/lamb sales for meat or ewe replacements. Some packaged lamb cuts. White and natural fleece available. Please call or email availability.

  • Lutz Farm & Services

    We are a fourth generation small family farm located in the fertile Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. Selling fruit, honey, wool and fiber, firewood and garlic. All products grown GMO free, no pesticides, herbicides, all natural fertilizers. Products available on-farm, online or mail order.

  • Mac’s Greenhouse

    In operation for over 16 years in Shenandoah County, Mac’s Greenhouse was recently purchased by Pete Benedetto, who retired from service with the Lord Fairfax Soil & Water Conservation District. If you have a vegetable garden, you need to visit Mac’s! Bedding plants, vegetable starts including more than 40 varieties of tomatoes and peppers, garden seed, potatoes, onions, strawberry plants, blueberry bushes and much more available.