Thursday, September 11, 2014

Today at the 326 Community Market! Peppers on SALE! Surinam Purslane! Edible-leafed Hibiscus!

If you haven't stopped by the market yet... what are you waiting for?

I've not got a limited number of edible hibiscus plants in stock. Turk's Cap, braod-leafed spinach type, plus red cranberry hibiscus with its delicious tart leaves. Come and get 'em!


I currently also still have small Illinois Everbearing mulberry trees for $12.00 each. Don't worry about the size... mulberries grow FAST

I also have some dwarf mulberry trees in stock for $8.00 a pot. Plant a mulberry hedge!


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

Some of my wonderful selections include:

LONGEVITY SPINACH: $4.00

HOT PEPPERS (Jalapeno, Habanero, Cayenne!): $1.50 ON SALE!!! Or 10 for $10!

CELOSIA ARGENTEA (great green/amaranth-type grain): $3.00 a pot

SURINAME SPINACH/PURSLANE: $3.00 for small pots, $6.00 for large

CHAYA: $5.00

ROSEMARY: $1.00 a small pot


CHINESE WATER CHESTNUTS: $4.00 a cup

LAVENDER: $2.00 a small pot

BABY COFFEE TREES: $6.00

FIGS (Various): $20.00

JAPANESE PERSIMMONS (Various non-astringent): $29.00


I also bring a limited number of other rare edible/perennial vegetable and fruit from the tropics and beyond!

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), crafts, vegetables, baked goods, homemade jams and jellies (really good), local raw honey, ornamental plants, homemade birdhouses and more.

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

Come on down!

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