Beautiful! The first Wednesday Flagstaff Community Market was last week. It is smaller than the Sunday Market, but I prefer going to the farmers’ market in the afternoon rather than the morning. At the lower elevations where most of the small farmers grow their vegetables and herbs (3,000 to 4,000 feet elevation), the onions and garlic and first sowings of root vegetables like beets and carrots are now mature and the warm season crops, like tomatoes, cucumbers and summer squash, are beginning to appear at the market. No true hot weather crops like sweet corn, eggplants or melons, yet. The leafy greens are starting to look a little tough from too much sun and heat in the high desert. The Wednesday Market is a 30 minute walk from my house.
Growing Food in the Southwest Mountains: A guide to high-altitude, semi-arid home permaculture gardens