Produce For September 7 And 11, 2021
We will have corn starting this week! However, it is in limited quantities, so come early to avoid disappointment. The Rwandan handicrafts from Tubahumurize will also be available at the Saturday market.
Please note the change in hours for the Tuesday evening markets now that the days are getting shorter. Garden market hours are:
Tuesdays from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Saturdays from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
COVID Protocols Reminder: The pandemic has been difficult for all of us. The Green & Gold Community Garden is following current public health guidelines. For the safety of our volunteers and customers, we continue to encourage physical distancing and wearing masks. We want to make everyone feel welcome and safe at the garden!
Please note: There’s no custom picking by volunteers or self-serve at the kiosk again this year. Instead, we have a designated shopping area at the front of the garden. Please line up at the south end and a volunteer will help guide you through the shopping area filling a bag with the pre-picked/packaged produce you choose to buy. A cashier will be located at the north end of the shopping area.
For those of you who haven’t visited before, the Garden is located on the South Campus of the University of Alberta. Enter the University Farm off 60th Ave. Turn left at the T intersection (118th St) and you can’t miss it (we’re just across the road from the old barn). A map and further directions to the garden are available at: www.greengoldgarden.com/visit
See you at the Market!
- Apples (limited quantities – eating and crab apples, more to come in the next few weeks)
- Arugula (mature, baby greens coming this week)
- Beans (limited quantities)
- Beets (lots and many varieties, including cylindra and golden)
- Beet leaf spinach (aka perpetual spinach)
- Carrots (lots including bundled baby carrots)
- Corn (limited quantities)
- Green onions
- Herbs (lots of parsley (curly leaf and flat) and basil)
- Lettuce & baby greens
- Onions (lots, cured and fresh, small bundles)
- Potatoes (many varieties)
- Radishes (beautiful bundles)
- Squash (several varieties, including kabocha and spaghetti)
- Swiss chard
- Tomatoes (many varieties)
- Flower bouquets