Thursday, May 8, 2014

BLUEBERRY MADNESS! TODAY! Come on down to the 326 Community Market!


I got the hook-up on some of the healthiest 3-gallon Southern Highbush blueberries I've ever seen. Big, solid plants that are already bearing luscious clusters of antioxidant-rich berries.

They're $15.00 each and worth every penny. I'm very happy with these and you will be too.

Come on down and buy a few for your berry patch!

Last week I had some of my favorite people stop by, including the Shepperds, Curtiss and his lovely wife (who has an amazing accent), and my new friends Kurt and Lisa from Forest Animal Rescue.

That said, I'll be back at the 326 Market in Ocala today with plenty of great plants.

My wonderful selections include:


APPLES (Anna and Dorsett) $20.00 

PEARS $20.00

POMEGRANATES (Various) $20.00

FIGS (Various) $20.00

MULBERRIES (Black and Everbearing) $20.00

NECTARINES (UF Varieties!) $20.00

JAPANESE PERSIMMONS (Various non-astringent) $29.00

MUSCADINE GRAPES (Black and Green) $9.00




I'm also bringing:

Cassava, Chaya and FREE Mystery Seed Balls!

Stop on by before I sell out. The plants have been moving fast and I'm almost out of mulberries again.

Coming soon: goji berries, butterfly weed, okinawa spinach... and coffee plants!

The 326 Community Market runs every Thursday from 3 - 7PM and is really easy to find.

Google map is here. Their Facebook page is here (with lots more photos and info):

My prices are good and my gardening advice is free.

Beyond what I carry, there are also folks selling melt-in-your-mouth Florida peaches, goat milk cheese and soap, handcrafts, recycled pallet wood furniture, fresh lemonade, ice cream, dolls and lovely homemade greeting cards, crafts, vegetables, baked goods, homemade jams and jellies (really good), local raw honey, homemade birdhouses and more.

It's a great group of people and very friendly... the way a local market should be.

Come on down!



At May 10, 2014 at 10:41 PM , Anonymous Coffee to Compost said...

How do you prepare your Okinawan spinach? I've thought about growing it in the summer.

At May 11, 2014 at 10:20 PM , Blogger David The Good said...

My favorite is sauteed and in scrambled eggs. Wonderful stuff. Prolific and delicious, plus it's perennial as long as you don't get a bad freeze.


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