Other lines include late-variety clementines, blood mandarins, leafy lemons and oranges (Newhall variety is hot to trot), bergamot, cedro and rarer lines such as finger limes.
First sightings of morels - cultivated rather than wild at this time of year (Chinese growers have nailed the technique).
Other 'shrooms on offer include chanterelles from USA and this unusual number - the maitake.
Back to British - there's all the brassicas including January King and purple sprouting.
Sprouts and tops still on hand. Kale are a good call. Here's some lovely, crisp Savoy.
As I nipped along Buyer's Walk, I couldn't resist a shot of a fridge at The French Garden.
This winter has seen a surge of interest in more unusual roots such as oca, salsify and nasturtium root. This is white Jerusalem artichoke, grown locally and sold by S Thorogood.
And crosnes, a.k.a. Chinese artichokes.
For a taste of spring, there are the first broad beans and peas from Spain and Italy.
From the Continent, there's the first of the asparagus - white, green and red. Also, in time for Valentine's, some fancy strawberries such as Gariguettes.
And this is Cime di Rapa - a speciality from Puglia in Italy.
Finally, a glimpse of the flash and micro herbs for sale at London Herb Company, a new trader at the Market.
See you next month - and in the meantime feel free to get in touch with any queries.
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