Autumn apples, bulbs and UTAS – March 4

Autumn has arrived and Windara Orchard returns to Harvest this week with their new season apples and pears, and Tas Daffodils with a large range of flowering bulbs and potted succulents for the garden. a pinch of, Avocado Moon, Lily Farm, Seven Sheds Brewery, Tamar Artisan Smallgoods, Thirlstane Gardens and Village Olive Grove also return for their fortnightly visits, along with Tasmanian Buffalo and Casa Paella.

There will be plenty of berries, vegetables, herbs, mushrooms, meat, seafood, dairy, eggs, hazelnuts, honey, preserves, pastries, olive oil, plants, seedlings, hot food and drinks, including a new Breakfast Salad from One on the Slide. The University of Tasmania’s first semester has commenced, and they will be at the market welcoming interstate and international students to the Launceston community. The Tasmanian Clarinet Quartet and The Fergusons will also be at Harvest entertaining the market crowd.