Farmers’ Market in Springtime

Tomatero Organic Farm

We are so lucky to live here in Marin County where the Farmers’ Market is year round. It can look a bit sparse during the winter months, not all the vendors come year round, but there is always fresh greens of some kind.

Now, though, I’m seeing more variety. Here are some images from last week’s Market.

The picture above is the stall for Tomatero Organic Farm. They have one of the largest stalls and there is usually a long line of people checking out. They are known here for the different varieties of strawberries they sell. All are wonderfully juicy and tasty.

The other large vendor that always has a large and beautifully arranged booth is Capay Organic Farm.

Capay Organic

Capay Organic

Last week was the first time I saw cherries and blueberries. Yum



Still lots of other fruit available. Soon we’ll have stone fruits – peaches, plums, nectarines.


It’s planting season for tomatoes. Lots of starter plants available.

Tomato plants

Finally, some beautiful flowering plants for sale.



Summer Splendor

Farm standWhat a wonderful time of year at the Farmers’ Market! I went this morning and took some pictures of the wonderful bounty to be had. I realized I didn’t get any photos of the peaches and other stone fruit, blueberries, broccoli and cauliflower. Maybe next week. Until then enjoy these views of the market.

Carrots zucchini and eggplant



Sweet cornDelicious sweet corn. We look forward to it every week. Note the CA grown kiwis in the background.

squashesWe love having all of these summer squashes to choose from.

Greens and beets

More tomatoesThe variety of sizes and shapes and colors of tomatoes is incredible.

I hope you have a Farmers’ Market near you. Visit it often and enjoy the Summer Splendor.