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Wednesday, September 2, 2009

No Mountain Sweet Berry Today

Stokes Farm has eliminated Friday from their schedule and will only be here in the Greenmarket on Wednesdays and Saturdays. They have heirloom tomatoes, herbs, and other delicious produce. Paffenroth has their usual extensive variety of vegetables and herbs and Cherry Lane has okra, corn, and small heirloom tomatoes, fairytale and other eggplant, and potatoes. Evolutionary has good looking heirloom tomatoes and greens. Eckerton has all sizes of heirloom tomatoes. Locust Grove has blackberries, grapes, heirloom tomatoes, peaches, nectarines, and plums. Fantasy Fruit has Tri-Star strawberries and blueberries. Red Jacket has greengage plums (the apricots are over! sigh). Honey Hollow has chanterelles, sweet club mushrooms, and chicken of the woods. Mountain Sweet Berry isn't here today.

Berried Treasures has Tr-stars, heirloom tomatoes, haricots verts, golden Romano beans, eggplants, cannellini beans, and potatoes. Eckerton has excellent yellow watermelons.Sycamore has their usual great vegetables but say they will not have a second delivery of corn this Saturday, as there will be a brief slowdown in the corn crop. Keith has rocambole garlic, salad onions, and other delicious organic produce. Oak Grove has heirloom tomatoes, canteloupes, watermelons, many kinds of hot and sweet peppers, peaches, and corn. Windfall has raspberries, edible flowers, cherry tomatoes, and husk tomatoes.

1 comment:

MC said...

Just heard about your blog and read it for the first time. I will certainly be checking in before making trips to USQ! Thanks