Hilo Farmers Market–a Treat for the Senses

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again—I LOVE Farmers Markets…just LOVE them! And the charming Hilo Farmers Market is no exception.

Primarily open on Wednesdays and Saturdays, the Hilo Farmers Market is broken up into two main areas. The first section predominantly offers crafts, clothing, and other gift items. The second area features beautiful produce, florals, and ‘Ono Grindz. As with other markets, I love to stroll up and down the stalls while chatting with the vendors about their products.

Truth be told, I could go on to describe all the wonderful delights that the Hilo Farmers Market offers but as they say, pictures speak a thousand words.

Snapshot of side entrance


Veggies and Fruits

Beautiful Long Beans, Cucumbers, Eggplants, Tomatoes, Bananas

Avocados–These were HUGE! Easily the size of an average Pomelo.

Hydroponically Grown Lettuce

Sweet Yellow Corn

Kale, Mint, Dark Greens

Strawberry Papayas

Rainbow Papayas

Ulu (Breadfruit)

Golden Pineapples

Cigar Mangoes




Mixed Tropical Flowers



Red Ginger Flowers




Mixed Arrangements

Uncle Randy with his stunning handmade leis. Many of the flowers used are grown in his own yard. This lei uses nearly 900 flowers!

Snacks and Treats

Rolls, Musubis, Babingka, and more….

Macadamia Nuts

Sweet Rolls and Breads

Cascarones and SPAM Musubis

Fresh Coconut

The Hilo Farmers Market—a definite MUST when visiting this side of the island!

Hilo Farmers Market
Mamo Street & Kamehameha Avenue
Wednesdays and Saturdays, 7:30am-5:00pm


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