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Saturday, June 12, 2010

Wild Watercress!! Sugar Snaps!! Baby Carrots!! Tri-Star Strawberries!! Raspberries!! Queen Anne Cherries!! BLUEBERRIES!!

Phillips has blueberries!! as well as raspberries and strawberries. Locust Grove has Queen Anne Cherries, Sweet red cherries, RED CURRANTS, and strawberries. It's Sycamore's last week for strawberries and Mountain Sweet Berry's first week for Tri-Star strawberries!! Mountain Sweet Berry also has wild arugula, chives, lambs quarters, lamborn mini pea shoots, and two kinds of snow peas. Eckeron has sugar snaps, gorgeous lettuces, and heirloom beets. D'Attiloco has salad greens and sprouts. Northshire has wild watercress, arugula, quail eggs, and honey. Violet Hill has guinea hens and Belle Rouge chickens. Flying Pig has sausages and other pork products.

Cherry Lane has heirloom greenhouse tomatoes, lovely heads of lettuce, greenhous beefsteak tomatoes, and other delicious produce. Paffenroth has a wide variety of produce, including several kinds of baby carrot, beets, radishes, interesting greens, and potatoes. S&SO has green tomatoes for frying, cut herbs, lettuces, and shallots. Seatuck has clams, fish, and crabs today.

Terhune has the last of their wild asparagus. They also have sweet cherries and strawberries. Norwich has golden beets, crisp Persian cucumbers, and a large assortment of greens. Ryder Farm and Windfall have edible flowers and Oak Grove has pots of nasturtiums, herbs, heirloom pepper plants, and heirloom tomato plants. Their season for tomato plants is coming to a close, so buy them now!! Silver Heights also has vegetable plants and herb plants.

Stokes Farm has herb plants and cut herbs, greenhouse cherry and other tomatoes, young garlic, their first basil, and an Asian herb called shiso(which smells delicious. Don't know what the taste is.)

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