This month, two main stories grab the headlines: the start of stone fruit, and the repercussions of our exceptional spring.
"There's still some pomp and ceremony around English grass … It's one of last vestiges of seasonal English produce."
It's never dull on the Market, but this month was certainly the first time I saw a male model on Buyer's Walk, posing in shorts for a fashion shoot.
There's a fight over spring – when does it start? The Met Office pushes for the first of this month; others opt for the equinox, three weeks later.
The Market is buzzing, although memories remain fresh of the tragic helicopter crash last month.
The collision was just by the Flower Market, on the far side of Nine Elms Road.
Roll on 2013, after the soggiest summer for a century. Across Britain and Europe, both growers and traders are crossing their fingers for a sunnier season ahead.
'Mouth going numb yet?' asks Paul Love on Neil Brown Herbs. He's fed me a Sechuan button, a flower bud what makes my lips tingle, then delivers a peppery kick.
It’s a vibrant time on the Market, as early autumn welcomes the harvest of a mighty variety of fruit and veg.
Of all the months, September wins hands down. It wobbles on the edge of summer and autumn, bringing the best produce of both.