Ben Evans, owner of Evans Produce, greets all of his customers with a warm smile, whether you are in the market for fresh fruits and vegetables, boiled peanuts, or even one of the Christmas trees that are on his lot this year. Evans Produce has been open for 36 years and is located off Ga. Highway 20 South. Evans is offering Frazier firs and Scotch pines for sale. Some are up to 11 feet tall. The produce stand is normally open six days a week from about 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. (Staff Photo: Julie Wells)

Ben Evans, owner of Evans Produce, greets all of his customers with a warm smile, whether you are in the market for fresh fruits and vegetables, boiled peanuts, or even one of the Christmas trees that are on his lot this year. Evans Produce has been open for 36 years and is located off Ga. Highway 20 South. Evans is offering Frazier firs and Scotch pines for sale. Some are up to 11 feet tall. The produce stand is normally open six days a week from about 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. (Staff Photo: Julie Wells)

Ben Evans, owner of Evans Produce, greets all of his customers with a warm smile, whether you are in the market for fresh fruits and vegetables, boiled peanuts, or even one of the Christmas trees that are on his lot this year. Evans Produce has been open for 36 years and is located off Ga. Highway 20 South. Evans is offering Frazier firs and Scotch pines for sale. Some are up to 11 feet tall. The produce stand is normally open six days a week from about 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. (Staff Photo: Julie Wells)

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