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November 2016

November 2016
Check here for GrowNY's Greenmarket Maps for Union Square: http://www.grownyc.org/unionsquaregreenmarket

Saturday, November 19, 2016

Just dropping in to remind people that the Wednesday Greenmarket will include some of your favorite Saturday farmers!

I saw fresh cranberries and other seasonal goodies there last week and recommend that you check with your farmer today about Wednesday.

Sorry I still can't make it to the Greenmarket, but am hoping to be back soon.
Happy Thanksgiving to everyone!  (And remember that there will not be a market in Union Square next Friday. Tuesday, November 22nd MARKET IS OPEN featuring Friday producers)


Saturday, October 15, 2016

I want to thank the Union Square Greenmarket farmers for their generosity and good will.

I'm looking forward to seeing everyone soon and getting back in gear.  I've missed you all very much.

Lucy

Tuesday, August 30, 2016

A note to my readers!

I'm taking a bit of a break, but should be back in October. Meanwhile, you should look forward to Buzzard Krest grapes and grape juices, peak tomatoes and stone fruit, and other delicious fruits and vegetables.

Hoping to see you all soon!

Lucy

Saturday, July 30, 2016

Donut peaches! White and yellow peaches! Check out Oak Grove, Locust Grove, Sycamore, Caradonna, and others for these and other stone fruit.

James Durr
Norwich Meadows, Lani, Stokes, Cherry Lane, and many others have several kinds of small and large squash and eggplants.
Stokes lima beans


Seatuck fish and seafood
Eckerton, Norwich, and others have tasty looking heirloom tomatoes, and Eckerton and Stokes have delicious cherry tomatoes.
Norwich tomatillos
 Norwich and Lani have many kinds of bean, including string beans, flat beans, and others.
Il Fiori lilies
To see these and other stands and produce: http://tinyurl.com/zgdrxx9
Hoeffner watermelons


Saturday, July 23, 2016

Donut peaches! Yellow and white peaches! Black, red, and yellow currants! Heirloom tomatoes and many varieties of cherry tomato!

James Durr
Stokes
Corn, sweet and hot peppers, many many varieties of squash, melons, and did I say PEACHES and HEIRLOOM TOMATOES?

Butter clams at Seatuck
It's a great day in the market, but hothothot! I came home exhausted from the heat with a terrific haul:
Peaches, heirloom tomatoes, lettuce, sour cherry jam, blueberries, Persian cucumbers, a smoked duck from Quattro, a bluefish fillet from Seatuck. Oh, and strawberries (tri-stars) from Mountain Sweet Berry.
Oak Grove's white peaches
D'Attolico
To see these and other stands and produce: http://tinyurl.com/gwjpxqt
Norwich Meadows
Locust Grove red currants
Eckerton heirloom and other cherry tomatoes


Friday, July 15, 2016

White and yellow peaches at Toigo! Yellow peaches at Oak Grove! Peaches and nectarines at Treelicious!

Toigo
Samascott has sweet and sour cherries, blueberries, and other fruit. Heirloom tomatoes have made their first appearance at Norwich Meadows and Oak Grove.
Norwich
Several stands, including Norwich Meadows, Madura, Miglorelli, Lucky Dog, and Stokes, have many varieties of squash. Norwich also has many sizes and types of eggplant, in addition to a wide selection of heirloom tomatoes. Toigo also has good looking tomatoes and Stokes has their delicious cherry tomatoes.
Oak Grove
Well, what can I say? It's HOT, and yet worth a visit to Union Square.  If you are heat-tolerant, there is a celebration of Greenmarket's 40th anniversary this afternoon!
Samascott sour cherries
To see these and other stands and produce: http://tinyurl.com/jx6mwzz

Saturday, July 9, 2016

Baby artichokes at S&SO! Heirloom tomatoes at Eckerton! Strawberries at Phillips and Mountain Sweet Berry!

James Durr
All kinds of squashes at Norwich Meadows, Stokes, S&SO, Lani,and many other stands.  Beautiful lettuces at Gorzynski and delicious sucrine, both green and purple, along with wild baby arugula, at Mountain Sweet Berry.
Eco shrimp
Sweet cherries at Locust Grove, along with gooseberries and red and yellow currants, raspberries, and other fruit.
Keith garlic scape bouquet
Caradonna also has many kinds of berries and cherries.  Sycamore has peaches, as do a few other stands. They also have corn, as does Miglorelli.
Seatuck softshell crabs

Binder's flowering plants
James Durr, Rose Meadow, and others have lovely flowers today. Stokes has snapdragons along with their tasty produce.  Many stands including Keith and Stokes have gorgeous fresh garlic.
D'Attolico's baby carrots and beets
To see these and other stands and produce: http://tinyurl.com/j5378sd