(WEAU) - The flowers are almost in bloom and that means the winter's Farmer's Market is coming to an end.
About eight winter vendors sold products such as baked goods, salsa, cheeses and even dog-treats.
Organizers say the warm weather put a slow pace on the indoor market.
But the outdoor market is just around the corner, which sells goods every Saturday in May at Phoenix Park.
The winter market organizer says the weather could bring more vegetables in May.
"Then in June once more vegetables come on we start during the week, which this year with the way the weather has been be in full swing by then maybe in Saturdays in May," said Winter Market Organizer Deanna Klindworth.
The first outdoor Farmer's Market is scheduled for May 5th.