The stories, travails, mistakes, successes; the journey of a change in lifestyle for two would-be market farmers and permaculturists.

Friday, June 3, 2011

Market Time

Well, the weather is changing.  Daily, that is.  The patterns have been so strange this year, it's hard to know what to do with what we are handed.

I've decided it is safe to start at the Farmer's Markets.  I just dipped my toes last year.  And, since I am not going to be working at a "real" job this summer, I am going to try several markets.  I will be at Lake Mills on Wednesday afternoons, Waterloo sometimes on Thursday afternoons, and now, at Cambridge on Friday afternoons.  We'll see if I can actually make that many markets in one week.  It is a LOT of work to get to these.

Here is the list for Friday's market in Cambridge.  It is the first one there in 15 years.  I think it should turn out to be a good one.  Here is for a successful launching on Friday, June 3.

Every thing is $1 or Buy 2, get one FREE
3 plants for $2 is a deal for organically grown veggie starts!



Tomato
Amish Paste
San Marzano Paste
Black Krim Russian Heirloom
Celebrity Hybrid
Sweet Baby Girl Cherry
Snow White Cherry
Carmello
Italian Gold Paste
Black Cherry
Matt's Wild cherry
San Remo Paste
Sweet Million Cherry

Basil
Siam Queen
Genovese
Purple Ruffles
Blue Spice
Fino Verde

Egg Plant
Listada di Gandia (striped)
Fairy Tale (marbled)
Hansel (purple)
Gretel (white)
All eggplant are small sized fruits



Peppers
Numex Joe E. Parker (chili)
El Jeffe (Jalapeno)
Ancho Poblano

Cabbage
Gonzales (Green, small)
Super Red (Red, small)

Parsley
Moss Leaf Curled
Green Flat Leaf

Cilantro

Brussels Sprouts
Franklin

Ground cherry
Aunt Molly's

Iris Tubers - Assorted Sizes and Colors

Salad Mix includes Mizuna, Spinach, Kale, and various Lettuces

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