What edibles to plant now, along with some events you might find intriguing:
Okra (seed, transplants if you can find them. Clemson Spineless is the heirloom gold standard, and burgundy works well here as well.)
Sweet potato (slips, you will probably have to grow your own – lots of resources to be Googled for how-tos)
Southern cowpeas (seed)
Tomatoes (seed, start indoors to transplant and be choosy about varieties or keep your established plants alive by keeping them in some shade)
Pumpkins (seed, be very selective about varieties in North Florida; not that many do well)
Old City Farmers Market
Every Saturday at the Amphitheatre on Anastasia Island has fresh local and organic produce, live plants, locally made fermented pickles and olives, kombucha and other foodie finds.
The market also has a ‘night market’ event in the evenings twice a month on Tuesdays.
The City of St. Augustine has the full details here.
World Golf Village Night Market
The World Golf Village Night Market offers fresh, homemade and handmade goods at the World Golf Hall of Fame once a month on Wednesdays.
NEW: Morning Market at St. Augustine Outlet Mall
The St. Augustine Outlet Mall at I-95 offers an open-air market once a month on first Saturdays beginning in August. The market offers farm fresh produce, homemade and handmade goods of all kinds, as well as food and beverage trucks.
The Saint Augustine Flea and Farmers Market
The Saint Augustine Flea and Farmers market has fresh produce and a U-Pick hydroponic farm. Open on the weekends. Check it out.
Check back on NortheastFloridaGardening.com for more upcoming food and beverage events.