What’s at the (opening day – yay!) Edmonds Museum Summer Market this week: beets, basil, lettuces and more


Edmonds-Historical-Museum_Summer-Market_Logo-TanIt seems like just yesterday we opened the Garden Market, and yet tomorrow marks the first day of the Edmonds Museum Summer Market Season. The last eight weeks have just sped by, with so many delicious treats at the market, and yet more goodies arrive Saturday.

We welcome back so many of the vendors who spent the Garden Market with us, such as Frog Song Farm, Sky Valley Farm, Collins Family Orchards, Martin Family Orchards, Bautista and more!! And to this fun mix we have already added in the last two weeks — Bills Fruits, Wilson Fish, Youngquist Berry Farm, Jessies Berries, Hayton Berries and Summer Run Farm. Such a fine selection of farmers coming with their freshly picked/gathered produce for us to enjoy.

This Saturday we are thrilled to announce the return of Gypsy Rows, Caruso Farm, and Alvarez Organics! These three row crop farms bring a diverse variety of row crops to add to our already fine selection. You will find beets (both red and golden), basil, lettuces, squash, cucumbers, and so much more!

New this season, check out Angry Fish Pepper Jelly and Got who joined us during the Garden Market. Also, new this week, you can find Seattle Mustard Company, Social Ice Cream, R Heritage, Mirracole Morsels (our new Gluten Free Bakery), Drummin’ Up Wontons and so many other new and returning favorites.

We look forward to another fun and adventurous season in Edmonds, with plenty of sunshine and laughter to share as we enjoy the delicious tastes of summer!

See you at the market, every Saturday June 28 through Oct. 4, except Aug. 9 during the Taste of Edmonds!

— By Christina Martin, market manager


  1. Oh my! I just had a morning glory muffin from Mirracole Morsels! It was TERRIFIC! Moist, sweet and loaded with bits of fruit and nuts. I thought I was going to miss the “other” gluten-free baker. Nope. No I don’t!

  2. Just back from the opening day. The market looks great! Only concern was that for a “pet free” zone there were an awful lot of dogs leading their owners around. Perhaps a few prominently displayed signs at the entrances would help (especially for those dogs who could read them to their masters).

  3. As long as it is a “pet free” zone I’ll shop at the pet friendly Ballard Market on Sundays. All those years of walking and shopping in the market with my dog on Saturday mornings gone in a flash and for no discernible reason. Over 10 years I never experienced any negative incident related to my pet.
    Now that the door has been opened, I suggest making it a smoke free zone which would do much more for public health and safety than the elimination of pets.


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