Watermelons, Lodi apples, shishito peppers, and spotted lilies were new last week.  Expect to see more of all the peak summer produce, plus plums, new varieties of apples each week, and all kinds of greens.

  • Peak summer produce means slicer, cherry, and heirloom tomatoes everywhere, along with green and yellow beans, more varieties of eggplant, sweet and hot peppers, corn, zucchini and summer squash, cucumbers, lettuce, kale, chard, cantaloupe, raspberries, blueberries, peaches, and much more.
  • Sunflowers are abundant along with lots of lilies, snapdragons, gladiolus, daisies, and other blooms.
  • Tulip Tree Creamery is competing at the American Cheese Society conference this week. Last year they won blue ribbons with Trillium and Hops. They’ll have Trillium on special this week and tastings of a variety of Hops beer cheeses.
  • The Indiana State Fair opens Friday and runs through August 18. One of this year’s featured fair foods is Bison Hush Puppies from Red Frazier Bison. Look for them at the Fair and for many of our other BRFM vendors around the grounds.
  • The Mexican-themed Farm Dinner at Harvest Moon Flower Farm with food by George Munoz of La Chinita Poblana is this Sunday. There are still a few seats available.

It’s Week #1 of the month, so we have 3-in-1 Restaurant, BooYah Shrubs, Circle City Smoke, Guacamole & More, Hidden Pond Farm, and Pet Wants Indy joining us this Saturday.

We’re thrilled to have Trailhead Naturals back with us after an extended absence.

The BRVA (Broad Ripple Village Association) will be at the Market this week promoting next week’s Broad Ripple Carnival and also selling discounted tickets for the Penrod Arts Fair which is September 7.

Hickory Valley Farm will not be at the Market this week.

Check our Vendor List for ALL the vendors you’ll see this Saturday.