First homegrown runners spotted on my visit, along with peas and broad beans.
While we're talking beans, how about these beauties from Italy? Love the presentation.
British cherries are in, alongside Spanish, French and Italian ...
British gooseberries and raspberries are here. Did you catch our Chef's Guide to Gooseberries? This includes chef tips from top restaurants including Rovi and Hide. At the moment, currants tend to be from the Continent.
UK asparagus is all but over, sadly.
Other British produce going strong includes all the salads, tomatoes, cucumbers, kale, spring onions, chard, broccoli, cabbage, courgette, Romanesco, carrots with tops and a wide range of herbs.
New potatoes are excellent - here's some of the last Jersey Royals, which fade once other growers start to harvest.
Outdoor rhubarb is well priced.
From the Continent, stone fruit is stunning. Apricots, peaches and nectarines have been going for a while; new arrivals include blood peaches.
All types of melon are peak season.
Fabulous figs are ripe and ready. I caught sight of the first Prima grapes from France, too.
Peppers and chillies - like these Padron - are abundant. Other lines include courgettes and their flowers, aubergines, Coco de Paimpol beans, borlotti, Delica squash and Tropea onions.
The first marrows of the year ...
Wild mushrooms include girolle and mousseron. Morels are all but over. Spotted this sign from someone handy with a marker.
And here's a moody pic to say goodbye - pick-ups circling at wholesaler P&I. See you in August, for the first of the English apples.