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Tuesday’s market in Princeton will include a good amount of raspberries and green beans, acorn and butternut squash, popcorn, garlic, potatoes, basil, cilantro, parsley, kale, purslane, tomatoes, peppers, honey, and Plow Creek Bakery goods.


Today, in Princeton, I will bring the first cantaloupe of the season to market. I will also have blueberries, raspberries, fresh garlic, new potatoes, kohlrabi, broccoli, zucchini, cucumbers, green beans, cabbage, snow peas, dill, Plow Creek Bakery goods, and the first few little tomatoes of the season


The first few green beans are ready, but it looks like we will only have enough for our pre-paid CSA customers for quite a while


Saturday morning, raspberries will be plentiful at the Princeton Farmer’s Market, Peoria Riverfront Market and Sterling Market. At Princeton and Peoria, you can also find a good supply of watermelon, green beans and eggplant. Tomatoes and herbs will be available to the early shoppers.


We picked some sweet corn for Monday lunch. Delicious! I will be bringing a small load of sweet corn to Princeton Farmer’s Market Tuesday. Market opens at 8:30. I will also have blueberries, blackberries, red raspberries, cherry tomatoes, muskmelon, fresh garlic, green beans and other vegetables, and Plow Creek Bakery goodies.


Our market produce in Princeton and Peoria this warm Saturday morning will include a mixture of seasonal standards and summer holdouts: red raspberries, watermelon, green and red bell peppers, green beans, lettuce, salad mix, herbs, concord grapes, butternut squash, pie pumpkins, and even some tomatoes for the earlybirds. Find us at the Princeton Farmers’ Market from 8AM-2PM and at the festive grand finale of the Peoria Riverfront Market from 8AM-Noon.


Look for a mid-summer selection Thursday morning (8:30-2) at Valley Flowers in Spring Valley and Thursday evening (4-7PM) in Wyoming. Blueberries, blackberries, sweet corn, muskmelon/cantaloupe, cherry and plum tomatoes, green and yellow beans, green pepper, cucumber, zucchini, onions and more. Spring Valley will also include bread and cookies from Plow Creek Bakery


The wait is finally over for fresh local sweet corn. Find it alongside blueberries, blackberries, cherry and plum tomatoes, cantaloupe/muskmelon, green peppers, green beans and a multitude of other vegetables Saturday at the Princeton Farmers’ Market, Peoria Riverfront Market and the Twin City Market in Sterling. The Princeton and Sterling markets will also feature bread and cookies from Plow Creek Bakery. Blackberry supply is limited this week and red raspberry supply very limited. Markets open at 8:00, Princeton at 8:30. We will also have sweet corn for sale in our Market Barn at the farm.


It’s beginning to look like summer in Spring Valley this Thursday morning, with the following colorful and delicious visitors in the Valley Flowers parking lot: blueberries, blackberries, red raspberries, cantaloupe/muskmelon, cherry tomatoes, green peppers, green beans, sweet onions and more. Bread and cookies from Plow Creek Bakery round out the food pyramid. Sorry, no steers today — grass-fed beef is by order only. This interactive show runs from 8:30 to 1PM.


Princeton and Spring Valley fruit and vegetable eaters take note! On Tuesday morning Plow Creek Farm throws two rainy day parties with blueberries, blackberries, red raspberries, green beans, cherry tomatoes, green peppers, other vegetables and even a few cantaloupe at the Princeton Farmers’ Market from 8:30 to 2:00 and at Valley Flowers in Spring Valley from 8:30 to 1:00


Look for Plow Creek blueberries, red raspberries, green beans, peas, sweet onions, carrots, beets, herbs and even cookbooks in Princeton, Peoria and Ottawa Saturday morning. The Princeton Farmers’ Market runs from 8:30-2PM, the Peoria Riverfront Market from 8:00-Noon, and the Ottawa market from 7:00 to Noon. Raspberry supplies are very limited. We won’t be in Sterling, but our blueberries will be, thanks to friends at the Twin City Market.


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