SEADRIFT – The siren song of an open-air market drew people to Seadrift.
The Mother Cluckers traveling market was in town on Saturday, making its first visit to Seadrift.
“Wherever Mother Cluckers is, I try to go,” Victoria’s Rose Martinez said of looking at M’s Southern Charms creations. “Love it.”
Vendors offered a variety of items ranging from clothing and jewelry to plants and food.
Mayra Martinez started her business two years ago and operates out of Palacios. It was her first time joining the Mother Cluckers market, she said.
Plumeria Cowboy Plumerias, operated by Terry and Pam Harvey of Edna, offered several local tropical plants covered in cream, yellow, pink and red hues.
“I found growing them gave me peace and comfort,” said Terry Harvey.
Mike Hooper also exhibited his creations. He works with succulents by creating terrariums.
He has been creating the various environments for nearly 15 years, he said.
It started with needing a place for a plant that needed high humidity and using an old fishbowl for it. It grew from there, he says.
Mother Cluckers Market is near Schroeder and offers the traveling Mother Cluckers Market.