What’s Fresh at Kitsilano – May 28
Produce: apples, basil, beets, bok choi, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, chard, collards, daikon, eggplant, endive, fennel, fiddle heads, garlic, greenhouse cucumbers, greenhouse peppers, herbs, kale, kohlrabi, leeks, mini peppers, mushrooms, napa cabbage, onions, parsnips, potatoes, pears, radishes, rhubarb, rutabaga, salad mix, savoy cabbage, spinach, strawberries, sunchokes, heirloom tomatoes, turnips, wild mushrooms
Meats, Seafood, Dairy: Halibut, Salmon, Chicken, Cod, Cheese, Eggs, Tuna
Other: Apple Cider, Dried Fruit, Honey, Peonies, Frozen Berries, Juice, Yogurt, Preserves, Starter Plants
CLICK HERE FOR THIS WEEK’S FULL KITSILANO VENDOR LIST
Vendor Feature – Shalefield and Warmerdam
Shalefield is in the Columbia Valley, just past Cultus Lake and we were warmly welcomed by Brian with a farm tour, including aromatic greenhouses filled with tomatoes, raspberries and other goodies. This week Shalefield will be bringing strawberries and microbasil to the market for the first time this season.
Warmerdam Flowers mostly specialize in tulips, peonies, daffodils and gladiolas. We got to see their automated greenhouse system for growing tulips in the winter. Now that we are fully past winter, tulips are in full force and last week Caitlyn brought peonies for the first time this season and should have more this week as well.
Summer Market Schedules
- Trout Lake – opens May 6, 9am-2pm – North Parking Lot, John Hendry Park
- West End – opens May 27, 9am-2pm – 1100 Block of Comox St.
- Mt Pleasant – opens May 28, 10am-2pm – Dude Chilling Park, 8th & Guelph
- Main St Station – opens May 31, 2pm-6pm – Near Main St. Skytrain
- Downtown – opens June 1, 11am-3pm – Queen Elizabeth Theatre Plaza
- Riley Park – *NEW* opens June 24, 10am-2pm – 50 East 30th Ave.
Get a complete list of this week’s Kitsilano Market vendors here.
Discover our six other summer market locations on our Markets Page.