• Funny Bone Farm made their first appearance of the season with kale and their homemade vegetable juices and salsas.
  • New vendor, Greenberry Farms, was there with the first blueberries we’ve seen this year. Weathered Plow also had blueberries.
  • The first peaches were available at Pete’s Peaches and they were also at Azalia Farm Market.
  • Annabelle’s Garden had the first raspberries, and probably the last strawberries for this year. They also had fiddle head ferns, morel mushrooms, and green beans.
  • Green beans were also at Weathered Plow and Compean & Sons.
  • Azalia Farm Market had zucchini blossoms, green & yellow zucchini, crookneck squash and green peppers.
  • Bell peppers were also at Full Hand Farm who had fennel, kohlrabi, parsley, squash varieties, and kohlrabi.
  • Compean & Sons had eggplant, pickling cucumbers, multicolored cauliflowerets, heirloom cherry tomatoes, and Foxglove pots.
  • Freedom Valley Farm had multicolored carrots, rainbow radishes, zucchini, radishes and garlic scapes.
  • Garlic scapes were also available at Full Hand Farm, Weathered Plow, Compean & Sons, Norman Mullet Farm, and Annabelle’s Garden.
  • Peas (English, Snow, and Snap) were available at Earthly Delights, Fields Farm Fresh, Norman Mullet Farm, Annabelle’s Garden, Azalia Farm Market, and Weathered Plow.
  • Norman Mullet also had beautiful lettuces, heads of gorgeous cauliflower, potatoes, and rhubarb.
  • Weathered Plow had 8 ball, crookneck, & patty pan squash, and lots of tomatoes — slicers, heirlooms,and big cherry tomatoes.