Scottish girolle are a classy choice at this time of year, modelled here by Michaels Hyams at Mushroom Man.
British cherries are still here - for the first week or so of August.
The very first British sweetcorn has arrived.
From the Continent, beans include fresh borlotti and semi-dried Coco de Paimpol, pictured below at French Garden.
British-grown patty pans and summer squashes join the courgettes.
Other British produce on top form includes tomatoes, salads of all kinds, carrots, beets, cabbages, onions and new potatoes.
Stone fruit from Europe is abundant, such as these whopping apricots, plums, peaches and nectarines.
This is a pluot - a cross between an apricot and plum - spotted over at P & I.
Reine de Claude, a.k.a. greengages, are arriving from France; British crop to follow.
From the Continent, you'll find artichokes, garlic (including Lautrec), cobnuts, Delicata squashes, potimarrons, celeriac and more ...
Ravishing tomatoes are on hand.
The first aromatic Muscat grapes are here from France, joining a wide range of grape varieties from across southern Europe.
It's a great time for melons of all kinds.
Fresh wet almonds are here.
To finish, I love this photo of mixed mushroom selection being made up - it gives a sense of the scale of supply here at New Covent Garden.