What’s in Season?

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What’s in Season? 2017-09-25T19:01:36+00:00

What’s in season?  The season is at its peak, the tables full at the Minneapolis Farmers Market–this summer built a bounty of beautiful and delicious food ready for you to eat, can, freeze, dry and enjoy.  Here are some of the things you can find this week at the Market.  Check back  often:

Apples
Squash of all kinds
Gourds
Watermelon
Tomatillo
Bitter Melon
Bitter Ball
Eggplant
Daikon Radish
Snake Gourd
Potato Greens
Blueberries
Leeks
Broccoli
Napa and standard Cabbage
Cucumbers
Dill
Corn
Raspberries
Onions
Peppers
Cauliflower
Green, yellow and purple beans
Beautiful Cut Flowers
Potatoes
Carrots
Tomatoes
Beets
Kale
Strawberries
Zucchini (and their flowers)
Kohlrabi
Shallots
Spinach
Lettuces
Bok Choy
Radishes
Rhubarb
Green Onions
Arugula
Greens
Herbs (for planting and eating)
Bedding & Garden Plants
Flowers

 

You will also find local meat vendors (poultry, bison, pork, beef, fresh and smoked trout), cheese, honey, and fresh eggs, wild rice and other farmstead products as well as delicious prepared food you can eat while you shop.   

Click here to download our “What’s in Season” chart to view an estimated product arrival overview.

MARKET HOURS: 

The Lyndale Market is open daily from 6:00 am to 1:00 pm.
The Market at Government Center Market is open every Thursday 6-6pm, through the season.

** NOTE**
At the Lyndale location, all of the stands south of 3rd Ave North are called the “Farmers’ Market Annex”, and are privately owned. They are not affiliated with us, so if you’re looking for pottery, metal sculptures, wood carvings, clothing, jewelry, crafts, paintings, etc. please call 612.573.0148.  The Annex is only open on the weekends.