My partner visited our local farmer’s market this morning and brought back an assortment of produce. This is a member of the bok choy family. Though we do not know it’s varietal name, we are certain that it will taste good!
We have reached the end of our gladiolus series. The blooms are spent and fading. It appears that a trip to the florists is in order.
This represents the second of the 3 gladioli from the Farmer’s Market. As I mentioned, the stems were quite long and it took a bit of work to prepare this arrangement. I do believe that it was worth the effort.
My partner bought several gladioli at the Farmer’s Market yesterday. The flowers began opening today.
I owe this image to my partner who went to the Farmer’s Market this morning and purchased this pepper with an eye towards both it’s culinary and photographic possibilities. She went even further and was instrumental in mounting the pepper for it’s star turn. Thanks LB!
This is the last of the three lisianthus stems we obtained at the Farmer’s Market.
This is the second of 3 lisianthus my partner purchased at the Dupont Circle Farmer’s Market. Such an elegant stem.
My partner visited the Dupont Circle Farmer’s Market Sunday and returned with peaches, tomatoes and lisianthus. Haven’t tried the fruit, I love the lisianthus.
We featured this peony, in a different pose, on the 26th of May. The stem has of course been moved to the compost heap in the sky but the memory lingers on.
“The saxophone was developed in 1846 by Adolphe Sax, a Belgian-born instrument maker, flautist, and clarinetist working in Paris.” (Wikipedia) We found this particular model at the Farmers Market Sunday.