July – 2 Buck Market!

This is what I brought…

Japanese Anemones

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2 varieties of Kale, Yukon Gold Potatoes

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..and some fall seedlings of Broccoli – 2 varieties, Cabbage and Brussel Sprouts..

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Jeff and Neeka came to lend a hand  😉

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A few people sought out the sun to sell their goods on the boulevard

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and some in the shade …where I hung out 🙂 along with our visiting musicians that played for us, how fun!

I purchased some Dragon Tongue Beans

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and beautiful Sun Flowers

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a tour of a 5 gardens followed , we were one of them..Yikes…

This was fun to see how others gardens are growing , again I forgot my camera but there are a few pictures on the markets website…Go to the” check us out ” link here  http://www.2buckmarket.net/

12 thoughts on “July – 2 Buck Market!

    1. We have extra potatoes only because we have so many pots, they are small but really healthy …We are only averaging 3.5 lbs. per pot, hoping to get more from the other varieties 🙂

  1. Love your blog! The 2 Buck Market is a great community idea. Perhaps you can start a trend – lol I agree that the Japanese Anemones are pretty! The vegies look fabulous too. The beans look very interesting. How would you cook them?

  2. It was a great day and turnout! Your Japanese Anemones are still looking good on our table in the garden – we have breakfast there every morning!

    It was great to have you two in on the tour too – wonderful to show everyone doing something different and learning from each other!

    We’ll see what the response is to have another tour and potluck after the August market on the 17th!

  3. Marlene – we’re inspiring others to inspire others to start their own Neighbourhood Produce Swap – it’s a wonderful way to bring community together and promote urban food production and healthy eating all at the same time! 🙂

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