We got there around 9 am, and it was COLD and there weren't too many people out and about. But the produce was there. Turnips, broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, apples, squashes, pumpkins, radishes, and greens to name a few. And, of course, farm fresh eggs; pastured chicken, beef, and pork; cheese and chocolate too.
Centennial Farms had gorgeous apples. Probably 7 varieties. Each nicely labeled with information about its flavor, and preferred use. Centennial is my source for black raspberries in the spring and peaches in the summer. I don't know what they do down at Centennial, but their fruit is out of this world. They also have a stand at the Maplewood Farmers Market.
Is this speckled swan gourd too cute?
Anyway, Tower Grove Farmers Market runs for the next 2 Saturdays from 8:30 to 12:30 and then closes for the season. There is no brokered produce at this market, only locally grown or locally crafted items are available.