This Saturday at the Market- May 19

    • This week look for:
      Saturday’s vendors include:

      Accent on Annuals: John will  have pepper starts, herbs including basil and summer savory, Dianthus x Jolt (2015 AAS winner!) – may overwinter, Candytuft ‘Purple Rain’,  Supra Pink dianthus, and Angelonia – the tough
      summer ‘snapdragon’. Cut flowers: mixed bouquets with Canterbury bells,
      larkspur, and statice.

      Caywood Farm: Neil will have ground beef, stew meat, roasts and ribs plus some soup bones.

      Chickpea Farm: Will  will have Eggs, snow and sugar snap peas, kale (dinosaur, tree and regular), chard, lettuce (head and leaf), a few beets, and lots of veggie starts — tomatoes (15 varieties), eggplants, peppers and
      assorted perennials. @chickpeafarm on Facebook and Instagram.

      Dandies Farm: Bob will bring Kohlrabi, sugar snap and snow peas, Salanova lettuce red and green mixed (Oakleaf/Butter/Incised), Muir green lettuce heads, spring kale, spring collard greens, strawberries, rainbow Swiss chard,
      Chives, Spring Onions, small leeks, Mint, veggie and flower starts, and
      Cascade Hops-sprouting plants in pots.

      The Microgreenery: We will have our microgreens, cutting them fresh
      right before your eyes! Basic salad, spicy salad mixes, red amaranth,
      sunflower microgreens, rainbow chard, lil gem micro romaine lettuce,
      bulls blood beets. Purple Sango radish, red mustard, and purple basil!
      Custom mix your salads!!

      Red Birds Farm: Romaine Lettuce, Mixed Salad Greens, Kale, Collards,
      Chard, Strawberries, Eggs, Broccoli, Beets, Snow Peas.

      Sweetwater Springs Organic Farm: We will be bringing certified 100%
      organic brown eggs, tat soi, and organic strawberries!

      Toad Hill Farm: Nicole and Mike will have lots of mixed and head
      lettuce, kale, collards, spinach, a few asian greens (joi choi,
      senposai), a mix of beets (red, golden and pink striped), snap peas,
      purple and orange baby carrots, green and purple kohlrabi, mixed
      radishes and some mixed (white, golden, red and classic purple top)
      turnips. We’ll also have a few $4 tomato and pepper starts (cherry and
      full sized tomatoes, hot and sweet pepper.

    • Rain or Shine: In the event of thunderstorms, where it would be unsafe to hold the market out in the open, we are fortunate in that we can conduct the market on the first level of the nearby parking deck. Still plenty of parking for you, and covered shopping for all. So if you don’t see our tents out in the open parking area, trust that we will be under the deck and follow the signss!
    • Market opens 8 am  and runs to noon.
    • Plenty of convenient parking!
    • Paul Bush will provide music!
    • Dog Policy: We all love dogs but since food is sold at the market we cannot have dogs at the market ( service dogs excepted).

Caywood Farm July 2017