Twisted Acres, an artistic air plant vendor, returns to the Coconut Point Farmers Market this season, along with about 50 other food, produce and craft vendors. Organic farmer Anson Rosenwald grows each air plant right in Estero. Then his creative wife, Alisha, turns them into works of art. New vendors at the market this season offer Argentinian empanadas, French delicacies, handmade soaps, gourmet pickles and olives, and handcrafted pastas and raviolis. As always, this Local Roots market is anchored by fresh produce vendors at each corner. Local Roots is celebrating its 10th season in Lee County and is the first farmers market in the world to become certified with Blue Zones, a global healthy living initiative. The Coconut Point market happens every Thursday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. near the front entrance of the mall.