Today! Florida Food Forests Plant Booth at the Union Farmer's Market in Gainesville!
To the left is a rather crummy picture of my new sign. It's a reclaimed piece of a smashed piano painted with chalkboard paint.
I post it because my application to the Union Street Farmer's Market was just accepted so I will be in Gainesville this afternoon (and on future Wednesday afternoons through the spring, summer and fall), selling plants and answering gardening questions.
This will give those of you that live far north of the 326 Community Market an easier way to buy plants from my nursery.
Thank you, Charlie, for letting me in - and thank you Karen of Jersey's Creamery for putting in a good word for me.
As for what I'll be bringing with me today, here's the list!
Native blueberries (two types: highbush and V. darrowii)
Native pawpaws (including Asimina triloba!)
Cold-hardy bananas (Raja Puri)
...and plenty more bits and pieces!
Note: the market is moving from its previous location at the Bo Diddley Plaza to the parking lot at the corner of SW 1st Street and SW 1st Avenue, right in the heart of town.
See you there!
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