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Saturday, October 6, 2012

Last Day For Cheerful Cherry until next summer!! First day back for Shushan hydroponic tomatoes!

As predicted, Cheerful Cherry's last day has arrived. Drop by to pick up their delicious canadice jelly and other preserves, hot peppers, and succulent plants.

Welcome back Shushan with their sweet cherry tomatoes and hydroponic herbs.  There are still good looking heirloom tomatoes to be had at Norwich, Stokes, Oak Grove, Lani, and other stands, and Eckerton has tasty looking small tomatoes, a wide variety of hot peppers, as well as chestnuts.  Oak Grove also has wonderful hot and sweet pepper varieties, tomatillos, and pepper bunches for drying. 

I got in my Thanksgiving capon order at Quattro's, as well as pheasant sausage stuffing.  They have all sorts of poultry, their delicious soups, sausages, and excellent eggs.  Violet Hill is here with amazing wild mushrooms, pork products, Belle Rouge chickens, and various eggs.

Sycamore has gorgeous (not a word I usually use for this) broccoli, sweet peppers, and other produce, and won't have a second delivery of corn today. Mountain Sweet Berry has sucrine lettuces, tiny potatoes, and other interesting produce, and Windfall has sweet tiny tomatoes, summer squashes, and many greens.  Paffenroth has many kinds of carrot and other delicious root vegetables, and Norwich Meadows has a wide selection of shelling and pole beans.

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Greenmarket Saturday October 6

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