Hoover's Farm Market and Greenhouses Stays Successful with Old Fashioned Hard Work

Hoover's Farm Market and Greenhouses, a farm business based out of Lititz, Pennsylvania, and was recently featured in Growing Magazine, a magazine featuring the top news in the fruit and vegetable industry, for being able to stay at the top of the farming industry by working hard and finding ways to beat Mother Nature in order to produce the best quality fruit and vegetables.

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Lititz, Penn. (PRWEB) June 21, 2008

Hard work isn't unfamiliar to Vernon Hoover, the owner of Hoover's Farm Market and Greenhouses, and it's that same hard work that has gotten Hoover's farm featured recently in Growing Magazine, a magazine featuring the top news in the fruit and vegetable industry.

Hoover and his farm hands work hard to provide his customers with the best fruits and vegetables in the area, stating that that the farm market business is more competitive than when his father owned the market. However, Hoover's responds philosophically to this challenge when he says, "you do a good job, or you don't survive. It's about growing great products."

And Hoover has found a way to keep his farm producing quality fruit all season long. Since the farm's irrigation system is superb, it will be able to keep up with the competition, no matter what Mother Nature deals during the summer months.

Hoover's Farm Market and Greenhouses is known throughout the area for having all types of coco baskets and planters, hanging baskets, shepherd hooks, bird baths, benches, stepping stones, a large assortment of all spring flowers, thousands of geraniums, petunias and pansies, a large selection of fresh fruits and a large selection of homegrown produce and vegetables.

For more information about Hoover's Farm Market and Greenhouses, go to http://www.hooversfarm.com.

About Hoover's Farm Market and Greenhouses:

In 1978, Aaron and Elsie Hoover began their farm business with a humble roadside produce stand by their farm. They added onto their business with the farm market in 1981. Filling a local need for fresh produce, the Hoovers expanded their business over the next two decades by building onto the farm market and adding the first greenhouse in 1997. Hoover's Farm Market and Greenhouses opens in April of each year with spring flowers including bedding plants, geraniums, perennials and hanging baskets. Fresh fruits and vegetables are grown right here on the farm including strawberries, melons, tomatoes, string beans, peas, squash, potatoes and much more. Hoover's Farm Market specializes in homegrown sweet corn, fresh picked every morning.

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