Today I am going to share a few reasons that you might consider for buying plants from a local farmer rather than buying them at big chain store garden centers. Usually the plants at the garden centers are perfectly fine, healthy looking plants and it is pretty convenient to just grab a couple while you are (Read More)
Autumn is a lovely and abundant season at the market. There are lots of pumpkins, potatoes and autumn fruits. There are still some greens and also the last of the tomatoes. The colors are so beautiful in the sunshine.
Our first Strawberries are ripe! We brought the to the market today and they went fast. I love the smell of the strawberries while I am picking them. And of course I get to eat any with little holes in them. So delicious!
I love the variety and colors of lettuce. This year we are growing around 10 or 12 varieties. It is fun to arrange all the colors in a basket at the market. And they make a very pretty salad!
We brought our first zucchini to the market on Friday! These pictures were taken a few days earlier.
Today we are ot the Market in Chewelah. We have quite a bit of produce available now including strawberries, carrots, sugar snap peas, beets, potatoes and turnips. Andrew at our booth Carrots My favorite beets French breakfast radishes More music! Somebody has cheese today… yum The market cafe… featuring produce from the vendors, including us!