Full of asparagus this month. Wild garlic now has delicate flower buds; Jersey Royals on fine form. All in all, April is a lovely month on the market.
"Trade is more vibrant - things are picking up," agrees Leslie Singh, a market regular and buyer for delicatessen and grocers Pomona in North London.
Here he is, pictured right, with Michael Barrett at wholesaler H G Walker. "Also good are peas, broad beans and blueberries from Spain," he adds.
For the full low-down on asparagus, see our Chef's Guide. The UK season is firing, but bear in mind the weather - a cold snap will freeze up supplies. Green, purple and white all available. There is also gorgeous 'grass from France, Italy and Spain.
Wild garlic buds now here - beautiful on the plate and often lightly pickled by chefs.
Jersey Royals of all grades are in their prime.
On a similar note, sweet potatoes from the USA get a big shout this month after a visit from the Ambassador of the United States to launch their season.
It's a good time for rhubarb. At time of writing, the last of the forced rhubarb was still on hand. Below is rhubarb from the Chinn family in Herefordshire - not Yorkshire-grown, but still a vibrant pink.
This is more classic outdoor rhubarb.
Here are some of those Spanish peas. Broad beans are also here.
This is a fabulous time for tomatoes from Italy and France in all shapes, colours and sizes. This is a pineapple tomato.
For soft fruits, blueberries and raspberries are flooding in from Spain. These are French frais de bois strawberries.
Dutch redcurrants are now here.
From the Continent, there are specialities such as agretti, aubergines, salsify, radicchio, puntarelle, peppers, aubergines and these wild hops, known as bruscandoli in Italy.
These are lovely crunchy Breakfast radishes and round courgettes.
The feisty Padron pepper.
And the beautiful brassica flowers of cime di rapa.
For wild mushrooms, this is the time for morels and St George. "We're in the middle of morel season and waiting for everything else to start," says Michael Hyams from The Mushroom Man.
For something exotic, how about these baby pineapples - spotted at Worldwide Exotics? Alphonso mangoes are also in season.
See you next month, when UK produce will be in full flow. Drop us a line with any comments or queries.