Thursday, July 3, 2014

Today at the 326 Community Market: Mulberries! Simpson Stoppers! Dwarf Pomegranates!

Today at the 326 Community Market...

Native Blueberries

I've only got 2 wild blueberry plants left and they're $12 a plant. Get 'em before they're gone - I won't have them in stock again this year. They're an easy-to-grow native that delights children with their tiny berries and amazing flavor.


Also, there are only a couple of Dwarf Everbearing Mulberries left: get 'em before I sell out again. I seem to be selling a few every week and I want to make sure YOU get one.

I'll have more mulberries in the fall but I'm not sure when.


I have two matched pecan trees for $40 each... plant pecans and plan your future pies now!

Dwarf Pomegranates

I have four dwarf pomegranates. They're $12.00 each and really easy to grow. Lovely color and edible fruit!

Simpson Stoppers

Now this is a cool plant. I nailed down a few good-looking specimens. They're an attractive native with edible fruit.

I really, really like these things... and babies love them.

Visit the 326 Market in Ocala today and pick up a few plants. There's a lot going on in the nursery and I'm finding more rare edibles each week.

Some of my wonderful selections include:



APPLES (Anna, Dorsett, Tropic Sweet): $20.00 

PEARS: $20.00

CHAYA: $5.00




POMEGRANATES (Various): $20.00


FIGS (Various): $20.00

MULBERRIES (Dwarf Everbearing): $20.00

JAPANESE PERSIMMONS (Various non-astringent): $29.00

MUSCADINE GRAPES (Black and Green): $9.00

Coming soon: herbs, moringa, goji berries!

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, chickens, delicious ice cream (from actual hand-milked cows), 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 July 3, 2014 at 7:20 AM , Blogger jean said...

I tell you, David, if I were living there, we'd be beating it to the market to pick up some plants from you. You make it look like so much fun there.

At July 3, 2014 at 12:40 PM , Blogger David The Good said...

It's plenty of fun for sure... I like it, though it's been really hot lately.

BTW, I harvested some Ethiopian kale seeds the other day. Gotta get them down your way soon.

At July 4, 2014 at 5:41 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey, did you sell the blueberries? If not your friendly neighbor would like to buy them.

At July 4, 2014 at 5:49 PM , Blogger David The Good said...

I have two of the native blueberries left, plus about 10 Southern Highbush. Come and get 'em. :)


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