Plums, Locust Grove Fruit Farm
Locust Grove's stone fruit are out in full force, including sugar plums, shiro plums, and golden plums, plus many varieties of peaches and nectarines.
Bi-Color Corn, Sycamore Farm
Corn is finally here! Fresh, sweet, crunchy corn appeared at Sycamore's stand and elsewhere around the market as well.
Sungold Tomatoes, Eckerton Hill Farm
Eckerton Hill's famous heirlooms aren't ready yet, but this week they had plenty of cherry tomatoes to spare.
Fairy Tale Eggplant, Cherry Lane Farms
In addition to cukes, hot house tomatoes, okra, and corn, Cherry Lane was selling plenty of their fairy tale eggplant.
Red Currants, Breezy Hill Orchard
In addition to a plethora of stone fruit, Breezy Hill was selling red currants this week.
Refreshments, Berried Treasures
Berried Treasures was selling lemon verbena and strawberry infusions to help you deal with the heat.
Black Raspberries, Berried Treasures
Berried Treasures was also selling these deep dark black raspberries—not to be confused with blackberries, these are sweeter and smaller. You know, like a raspberry.
Summer Squash, Berried Treasures
Everyone telling you zucchini are bland just aren't eating the right zucchini. For my money some of the best are at Berried Treasures.
Poona Kheera Cucumbers, Keith's Farm
Keith's Farm was selling this Indian varietal of cucumbers this week, with a funny, eggplantesque shape and a deep golden skin.
German Chamomile, Mountain Sweet Berry Farm
I wasn't much in the mood for hot tea this week, but if that's your preferred way to cool down, you couldn't do much better than chamomile tea made with Mountain Sweet Berry Farm's chamomile.
Greenhouse Tomatoes, Sycamore Farm
The folks at Sycamore get points for being honest about their greenhouse grown tomatoes. Of course, there's nothing to hide when these taste so great.
Black Mavras Peppers, Norwich Meadows Farm
Peppers aren't quite in peak season yet, but these black peppers, slightly less sweet than red bells, were available at Norwich Meadows.
Sunflowers, Oak Grove Plantation
The bees come free!
Fresh Dug Potatoes, Paffenroth Gardens
These baby Yukon golds and baby reds still had damp dirt clinging to their tender skins.