The farmers market here is probably the best I have ever been to, besides the one in Hawai'i. It has different offerings - no tropical fruits but everything else pretty much. All varieties of greens, peaches, plums, donut peaches, berries, currants, apricots, etc. Apples will come around next month for sure - the number of varieties is stunning! In addition to the produce, people come and sell locally made breads, cheeses, homegrown flowers, honey, and some fresh fish and cuts of beef. There is a lot of variety there for the amount of vendors (maybe a dozen or so tents). Even with all the rain we had, there was a large turnout.
A few of our professors from school were spotted at the market as well. One is a farmer and I spoke to him about my externship and his farm's turnout for the season. He said there was a blight for the tomatoes and potatoes this year, making them super scarce!
I walked off with a muffin from a local bakery and a quart of these delicious apricots which I have been craving for months ever since I smelled their essence in the sweet olive trees of New Orleans!