What's in Season?

Availability by Month

Below is a list of all fruits, vegetables, nuts, herbs, and edible flowers we have available throughout the growing season.  Everything can be purchased directly at the farmhouse!

Vegetables
  • Asparagus - May through June
  • Bok Choy - May through June, Oct through Nov
  • Heirloom Beans -  Mid July through Oct
  • Beets - July, Sep through Oct
  • Brussels Sprouts - Oct through Nov
  • Carrots - July through Nov
  • Chard - Mid May through Oct
  • Garlic Greens - Early June
  • Garlic Scapes - Mid June
  • Garlic - July through Dec (at least)
  • Mushrooms - April through May, Oct
  • Lettuce - June through Sep
  • Hot Peppers - Aug through Oct
  • Kale - Mid May through Nov
  • Leeks - July through Dec (at least)
  • Potatoes - Mid July through Dec (at least)
  • Radishes - May, Sep through Nov
  • Rhubarb - May through June
  • Shell Peas - Sep
  • Snap Peas - Late Jun through July
  • Tomatoes - Mid July through Nov
  • Turnips - Oct through Nov
  • Winter Squash - Sep through Dec (at least)
  • Zucchini - Mid July through Mid Sep
Fruit, Berries, and Nuts
  • Aronia - Sep
  • Asian Pear - Sep through Oct
  • Blackberries - Aug
  • Cherries - July through August
  • Cranberries - Nov
  • Currants - Mid July through August
  • Gooseberries - July
  • Elderberries - Aug through Sep
  • Grapes - Late Sep
  • Honeyberries - Mid June through Mid July
  • Plums - Mid Aug through Mid Sep
  • Pears - Mid Aug through Sep
  • Peaches - Late July through Aug
  • Raspberries - July through Oct
  • Strawberries - Mid June through July, Sep through Oct
  • Hazelnuts - Late Sep
Fresh Herbs

Available May through November and may include:

Chives, garlic chives, mint, oregano, sage, saffron, winter savory, lavender, thyme, chamomile, bay leaves, anise hyssop, sweet cicely,lemon balm, and sorrel.

Edible Flowers

Available May through October and may include:

Tulips, violets, calendula, peony, daylillies, sweet pea, borage, elderberry, redbud, and black locust.

Collage of several produce and plant pictures

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