Gallery: Market Scene: Mustard Greens, Sugar Snaps, and Squash Blossoms at the Grand Army Plaza Greenmarket

Rainbow Chard, Kernan Farms
Rainbow Chard, Kernan Farms

Chard of all hues was on display at Kernan Farms' stand.

Strawberries, Kernan Farms
Strawberries, Kernan Farms

Multiple vendors were offering early-season strawberries; here, the berries from Kernan Farms.

Radishes, Kernan Farms
Radishes, Kernan Farms

Radishes, that spring produce stalwart, are still available after showing up on the Greenmarket scene in early April.

Asparagus, Kernan Farms
Asparagus, Kernan Farms

Bunches and bunches of bright green asparagus were among the hot-ticket items at Saturday's market.

Sugar Snap Peas, Kernan Farms
Sugar Snap Peas, Kernan Farms

A veritable mountain of crisp, sweet peas occupied an entire table at Kernan Farms' stand.

Mustard Greens, Maxwell's Farmstand
Mustard Greens, Maxwell's Farmstand

Curly bunches of peppery mustard greens were brought to the table by Maxwell Farms.

Mizuna, Evolutionary Organics
Mizuna, Evolutionary Organics

This delicate Japanese mustard green is not as peppery as larger-leafed varieties, and is excellent cooked or raw.

Baby Bok Choy, Evolutionary Organics
Baby Bok Choy, Evolutionary Organics

Tiny bulbs of this early-harvesting Asian cabbage made their debut at Evolutionary Organics' stand.

Squash Blossoms, Phillips Farms
Squash Blossoms, Phillips Farms

Before the squash come the blossoms. These flowers are delicious in their own right, but are also exciting as harbingers of the fruit that will follow closely on their heels.

Rhubarb, Phillips Farms
Rhubarb, Phillips Farms

If you haven't gotten your fill of pies, compotes and jams yet this spring, you've still got a week or two to pick up the last of the season's rhubarb.