Hailed as one of the richest sources of antioxidants in the plant world, Desert Oregano (sometimes called Mexican Oregano) can be used both medicinally and in cooking. The leaves of the plant boast a sweet flavor that can be used to season fish and meats. Seri Indians today handpick this wild herb by raking the leaves with their fingers, thus ensuring the plantā??s ability to reproduce. Since the harvest is virtually a pruning process, Desert Oregano is a truly sustainable crop
We are a producers market; only products grown, raised, or made by our local vendors can be sold at this market. We offer a wide variety of farm-fresh produce (including several organic growers), plants for your vegetable and flower gardens, all natural beef and cheese, honey, apples, delectable baked goods, wine, many crafts, gorgeous flower bouquets, soaps and even furniture! Live entertainment every Tuesday and Saturday.
Our plants and produce are grown using the finest seeds, soils and fertilizers. Experience teaches that natural products such as worm castings, compost, and minerals yield happy, healthy plants, AND growers!. We go to great lengths to select varieties that are unusual or not readily available elsewhere.
Urban Patchwork Neighborhood Farms provide fresh, affordable food for Austin one neighborhood at a time. We believe community is the backbone of health, security and sustainability. The Urban Patchwork network of small community based farms turns unused yard space into farmland that provides fresh, organically grown produce and eggs to the nearby residents of each neighborhood farm.
The Twilight Market is a family-friendly and pet-friendly launching point for the Citadelle's shopping and dining experiences, and a celebration of Arizona food. Easily accessed in the Lake Arrowhead area, and just south of the 101 on 59th Avenue and Utopia in north Glendale.
Each Wednesday afternoon, from 4 pm to 7 pm during October 7 to May 26, the Twilight Market offers the best of fresh locally grown seasonal fruits, vegetables, herbs, flowers, plants and Arizona raw honeys.