Boyka’s is of course open May 1 through the end of June to sell bedding plants and hanging basket; which they started selling in 1984. The family owned and operated business started in 1981 with sales of the luscious fruits and vegetables.
However, when the harvest season starts, Boyka’s is proud of the produce that they share with the public. The market carries everything from broccoli to zucchini. And for those who enjoy fresh fruit, Boyka’s has a fantastic selection of those as well.
The approach Boyka’s uses started back when Sylvester DeCock and his wife, Virginia started growing and selling their wonderful produce on wagons on the side of 23 Mile Road, back in 1981. The rest was added in 1984. And they’ve been expanding ever since.
Boyka’s still takes that special approach to all their fresh vegetables, flowers and produce that they learned so many years ago. Which is obviously working with Boyka’s DeCock Farms & Greenhouses was voted Best of the Best in Macomb County by the Macomb Daily publication for 2011, beating out Michigan’s biggest farmer’s market, Detroit’s Eastern Market. Beating out the “big dogs” is just one way that their love and commitment to what they do is proving to be the way to go.
If you’re in the area why not stop in and check them out. You can visit Boyka’s online at boykasfarmmarket.com. They are located on 23 Mile Road in Macomb Township, five miles West of I-94, and five miles East of M-53, between Romeo Plank and Card Road