As the weather starts to cool down and crops and plants start to slow down, vendors at the Los Alamos Farmers Market will begin closing up shop for the season. This week is the final of the season for Joel Daeschel of Cedar Grove Nursery and the last chance to buy his plants this year.
The market opens 7 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., every Thursday through the end of October in the Los Alamos Library parking lot.
Other products available at the market include: Pork / Honey/ Salad Greens/ Spinach/ Squashes/ Melons/ Pears/ Apples/ Peaches/ Cheeses/Cider Snow Cones/ Roasted Green Chiles/ Fresh Green Chiles/ Shishitos/ Jalapanos Yellow Hot/ Cabbage/ Okra/ Cucumbers/ Onions/ Garlic/ Herbs/ Potatoes/Tomatoes/ Pablanos Chile/ Kettle Corn/Green onions/ Leeks/ Carrots/ Beets/ Celery/Plums/ Blackberries/ Cantalopes/Ungraded Eggs/ broccoli/ Cauliflower/ Loaves of Breads/Pastries/Pizzas/Muffins/Pies/ Tarts/Gluten Free Baked Items/Jams and Jellies/Cookies/ Cut flowers/ Seeds/Pinto Beans/ Dried Chile/ Lavender Body Products/ Goat Cheese Spreads/Cow Cheeses/Butter/ Sunflowers/ Sharpening/ Service/ Air plants/Pecans.
Los Alamos MainStreet and the New Mexico Farmers Market Association sponsor the Los Alamos Farmers Market.