Even the Largest Farm Stands Are Small Businesses . Let's Support Our Local Farmers !

Even the Largest Farm Stands Are Small Businesses . Let's Support Our Local Farmers  !

December 2016

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

Saturday, May 31, 2014

Eckerton has baby kale, arugula, and other special greens and had English peas and sugar snaps when they opened this morning!

One more week for Durr's lovely peonies, but their bearded irises are over.  Duva has old fashioned irises and I Fiori has the last of their gorgeous tulips, along with lilies.  River Garden is NOT here today.
Last tulips at I Fiori di Fenice
Other stands with flowers -- Rose Meadow, Phillips, Caradonna.
Stokes tomatoes
Stokes, Miglorelli, Hoeffner, Lani, Eckerton, Cherry Lane, and others have asparagus. Phillips, Stokes, Lani, and Cherry Lane have strawberries and Gorzinski, Hoeffner, and others have rhubarb.
S&SO rhubarb
Quattro's has pheasant and other eggs, poultry, sausages and smoked poultry. Violet Hill has rabbit, chickens, eggs, and they and Northshire have MORELS.  Bulich has various cultivated mushrooms.
Northshire morels
Stokes and Shushan have cherry tomatoes and other tomatoes.  Cherry Lane has greenhouse heirloom tomatoes.  Oak Grove has many varieties of heirloom tomato plant for the home gardener and Silver Heights also has vegetable and flower sets.
Norwich Meadows beets and radishes

To see these and other stands and produce:  Saturday Greenmarket
This event *may* be happening today around 10 A.M.
  10 am: Liz Neumark Marco Moreira Anthony Sasso
11 am: Beth Linskey Peter Hoffman Rick Field
Noon:  Mary Cleaver Livio Velardo

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