Fall is here! Pumpkin bouquets from Country Bloomer's Greenhouse In Equal Parts The autumnal equinox came and went this past week. The day is an equal balance of daylight and darkness, as we descend towards the coming winter.
This is another great example of the market reflecting nature, as we see all around us a balance of summer and fall products, moving more towards the latter each week.
The tables of fresh tomatoes at County Line Plants & Produce contrast with the
Little succulent planters from Five Green Acres Summer's Last Kiss A beautiful September stage has been set before us here in Wisconsin this 2019, and the market is just one blushing version of this.
Vine-ripened tomatoes stand testament to a season worth of sunshine & labor in the fields and greenhouses. And weekly, new apple varieties from Atoms to Apples & Ten Eyck Orchards move us along an ever-expanding flavor profile of summer's sendoff. Produce dances in the limeli
Mmmm... Fresh apple cider from Green's Pleasant Springs Orchard From Sweet to Spicy Early September might truly be the most abundant time of year for farmers' markets here in Wisconsin.
Even as we brace for the cooling of fall to come, we're overloaded with the summer's bounty. Sweet peppers from Black Earth Valley (pictured) are just one end of the pepper spectrum. On the other side are ghost peppers from Savory Accents, ready to test your mettle and have you begging f
Summer ending blues. Sweet Flyte Family Farm blueberries. Back to School We've finally rounded the bend of Labor Day weekend, the unofficial end of summer. It's bittersweet for us market-goers, for it's somewhat of a goodbye and hello all wrapped up in one.
We've said farewell to the fun summer camping trips, runs to the beach or nights watching fireflies as we grill in the backyard. But we're also saying hello to new teachers for the kids, future Halloween costumes and mo