Featured this week June 26, 2019. The constant rains in the month of June are beginning to take a toll on local crops. However, farmers are still bringing an impressive array of produce to the market for the beginning of the summer season. Malabar spinach, eggplant and southern peas are being harvested. Corn, cantaloupes and watermelons remain in season. Beans are available. Fennel remains accessible. Squash is still being picked with acorn, butternut and spaghetti as well as some summer varieties. Blueberries are available. Leeks, scallions, and Florida Sweet onions are plentiful. Root crops such as ginger, turmeric and taro are prolific. Cabbage and collards continue to be available. Blue Italian kale, green kale, chard and plenty of parsley and dill are in season. Sweet potatoes are abundant. Shiitake, lions mane and oyster mushrooms are readily available. Organic cherry and plum tomatoes are in season as well as multiple varieties of greenhouse and field grown tomatoes. Cooler weather crops such as lettuce, salad mix and arugula remain available in limited amounts. Cane syrup is being offered. You will also find local honey every week. Cucumbers fresh and pickled are also offered each week. Peppers-both sweet and spicy- are abundant. Potatoes are available in multiple colors. Grass fed beef, pork and chicken as well as seafood are available every Wednesday. An ever increasing variety of vegan prepared foods is also available. Music will start at 4:00 with Danny Sohn, Brad Heron at 5:00, and The INspiration 6:15. Check the products page for a definitive listing of produce. Organic coffee, fresh lemonade, ice cream, and kombucha are served each week along with a wide variety of prepared foods.