Memorial Day Weekend
Cacti of all sizes from Phil Friedl (The Cactus Guy) Memorial Day Weekend What was forecasted to be rainy day turned out to be a great market last weekend. We'll take those change of plans anytime. While brief, we saw the first morels & wild golden oyster mushrooms of the season from Happy Valley Farm (pictured) & McCluskey Brothers. With one weekend left in May, you can still expect a great selection of plants for your gardening needs. Flower starts and hanging baskets were
Asparagus from Shoua L. Vang Springing Along These last two market weekends have had that feel of the season being in full swing. The bouquets of flowers, flats of garden starts and groups of families dancing to the music, all screamed "market season is here"! That market season feel has happy market-goers strolling the aisles with a fresh cup of coffee and a treat from Chris & Lori's Bakehouse, like their chocolate chip sconuts (pictured). The spring baskets were filling up
Bit by Bite
Lovely daffodil bouquets from Lor Farm Bit by Bite After what felt like the longest April in years, May has come in with a bang this last week and our Mother's Day market weekend was no exception. It was a weekend full of returns, both in vendors back at market and spring favorites filling up the tables. Sai's Produce came back in style with the first rhubarb of the season, fresh spinach and stored sweet potatoes (pictured). The first May market was abloom with flowers, as we
Mother's Day Weekend!
Fresh oyster mushrooms from Fungi Farmers Mother's Day Weekend! Before we dive into all the many reasons that Mother's Day weekend is a market not to miss, we'd like to give a thanks to everyone who came out for last Saturday's market. It was a little cold, it was a little rainy and oh boy, it sure was windy, but all that couldn't stop us from having a nice third market of the season. Don's Produce returned, giving us their amazing hot house cucumbers and tomatoes (pictured),