I have a little bit of everything to bring to the market tomorrow morning: radishes, kale, and green onions of course, as well as the first few heads of lettuce and sugar snap peas. The peas are super sweet and flavorful, and the lettuce, an heirloom variety called Marvel of Four Seasons, is stunning.

In addition to the spring vegetables, I also have plants for sale. The citronella scented geraniums help repel mosquitos from the porch, and if you bring them inside over winter, they’ll last for years. You can pick up some celery starts as well. Finally, there are the Red Currant cherry tomato starts. I sold half pints of these tiny, flavorful tomatoes last year, but I’ve decided not to grow them a second season. So if you want cherry tomatoes, buy a start or two and enjoy growing your own – these wild, bushy plants are great producers!

It looks like we might get some much-needed rain tomorrow afternoon, so come out and enjoy the sunshine with us in the morning. Once again, we’ll have about a dozen vendors setting up with produce, meat, eggs, honey, baked goods, handmade items, and more. And Jillian’s Farmstead Kitchen is planning to make her famous grilled pimiento cheese, bacon, and tomato sandwiches, so come hungry! They’re delicious.

See you at the market!