Eckerton has black raspberries, their first FIELD TOMATOES, salad greens,bush basil, heirloom beets, and carrots. Locust Grove has gooseberries, red currants, raspberries, black raspberries, cherries, apricots, and peaches. Nemeth Orchards has cherries, gooseberries, and raspberries. Cheerful Cherry has the first of their excellent Queen Anne and dark red cherries as well as sour cherries. Milk Thistle is charging another 50 cents for their milk -- now $5.50 a quart. Bulich Mushroom Co. has shitakes, portabellos, oysters, crimini, and other mushrooms. Hoeffner has raspberries, squashes, greenhouse cherry tomatoes, and flowering plants. Cherry Lane has raspberries, beautiful cut basil, sweet onions, and freshly dug red jacket new potatoes.
Paffenroth has stinging nettles, epizote, collards, several kinds of beet, purslane, Treviso radicchio, lambs quarter, upland cress, Black Tuscan kale, and other interesting produce. Gorzynsky has beautiful lettuces, herbs, braising greens, raspberries, and other delicious organic produce. Sycamore will have their CORN on Wednesday and are here with greenhouse tomatoes, kirby cucumbers, and English shelling peas and sugar snaps. Caradonna has apricots, plums, and berries.
Three Corner Field Farm is here with lamb cuts, yogurt, cheeses, and other sheep related products. Dutch Mill Farm (Newfield) has sweet peas, ksunflowers, and the first of their gorgeous gladiolas. Binder has started bringing in cut flowers, including snapdragons, as well as their lush herb and flowering potted plants. Seatuck Fish is here with fish and seafood. They didn't bring in crabs, though -- too hot. Terhune has raspberries and strawberries (and may have cherries--they were just setting up when I went by). Stokes has garlic, herbs, greenhouse tomatoes, squashes, and beans. Norwich has Romanian peppers (sweet), cucumbers, salad mix, squashes, and other produce.