Farmers Market In Minneapolis

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Home Grown Potatoes
These home grown potatoes are a staple in any hardy Minnesota diet.
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Green Beans
Green beans seem to like this weather because they are in abundance at the farmers market.
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Rasberries
Get them while you can. Raspberries should be in the peak of their season right now, but some farmers are saying due to the excessive heat and short bursts of heavy rain we may only see them a little bit longer.
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Cantaloupe
Have you been waiting for ripe cantaloupe? Well they are finally on sale at the farmers market.
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Tomatoes
Get some succulent tomatoes right now because according to some farmers they are at risk of being lost to this crazy weather.
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Herb Plants
These potted herb plants are lush and smell wonderful.
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Cucumbers, Fennel, and Swiss Chard
Cucumbers, fennel, and Swiss chard are featured at this booth and there seems to be a pretty good deal.
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Carrots
Home grown carrots arrived just this week and they look really good.
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Zucchini and Summer Squash
These zucchini and summer squash look to be in pristine condition.
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Cabbage
Cabbage crops have suffered major losses this year due to poor farming conditions. However, the cabbage at the market looks excellent.
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Beets
Beets are a hardy vegetable and most vendors are glad to say they are doing well.
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Onions
These onions still have their shoots and look like they are as close as you can get to farm fresh.
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Home Grown Flowers
There are many colorful flower bouquets on sale at the market.
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Sunflowers
Sunflowers surrounded by beautiful purple flowers.
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One Comment

  1. SS says:

    Thanks-Great place-great job! I wanna eat!

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