This is purple 'grass from Portwood, an enterprising grower in Norfolk and sold by wholesaler Side Salads on the Market.
Isn't this gorgeous? The purple tips of violet asparagus, spotted at The French Garden.
For a top-end choice, this is imported wild asparagus - a favourite with fancy chefs.
Wild garlic is now flowering across Britain - these blossoms look beautiful on the plate.
Jersey Royal potatoes are peak season. I'm just back from a trip to Jersey, so watch out for the chef's guide appearing later this month.
Specialist British growers are now picking their heritage tomatoes, too.
Specialities from the Continent include radicchio (end of season), puntarelle, aubergines, artichokes, courgettes, wet and purple garlic, peppers and more.
Lovely peas and broad beans are also coming through, typically from Spain and Italy.
At time of writing, the stone fruit season was just underway. Peaches (including white-fleshed) and nectarines are already here; apricots and cherries along soon from Spain and Turkey.
Strawberries are abundant - the first English competing with fruit from Belgium, the Netherlands, Spain and elsewhere in Europe. Spanish raspberries are eating well.
For something different, try loquats (a.k.a. nispero) - an underrated fruit grown mainly in Spain.
Ever seen a limequat? This is one of the range of exotics sold by specialist Gilgrove.
Here's some lovely bouquets of lavender on their counter.
They are also selling other goods such as olive oil, quinoa, panko breadcrumbs, nuts and wine vinegar.
To sign off, here's an image from a salesman at Premier - he brings home fruits and vegetables for his children to use for artwork.
See you in June. But in the meantime, do get in touch with any comments or queries.