Local farmstands offer an array of colorful fruits and vegetables as the late summer harvest continues to come in.
Growers could not single out one item as special this week but corn and tomatoes were plentiful.
When asked what was in season, Kristen Rishe and Maria Sledjeski at Sep's Farm in East Marion said in unison "Everything."
Sep's stand had a variety of root vegetables available including beets, radishes, scallions, and potatoes. Sledjeski said cucumbers, tomatoes, squash, and corn were all in peak season too.
Donna Danowski at Country View Farms in Southold said the best seller at the stand by far is the corn. The stand offers a variety of peppers in different shapes and colors, including bell peppers and sweet peppers.
"The tomatoes are really good too," she said.
Local fruit is popular and Danowski said people were buying the peaches. She said melons are popular at the stand this week too. Country View had cantaloupe and yellow, orange, and traditional, watermelons out.
Both stands also were selling fresh cut flowers as well.