Seasonal Produce List
Root crops that have overwintered in the ground: burdock root, parsnips and sunchokes.
Asparagus, garlic greens and garlic scallions, culinary herbs (chives, garlic chives, thyme, oregano, tarragon, rosemary, sage), mesclun, snap peas, snow peas, parsley, radishes, ramps, rhubarb, spinach.
Basil (sweet, purple, thai), blueberries, green beans, yellow wax beans, dragon tongue beans, cantaloupes, cilantro, culinary herbs, beets, bell peppers, braising mix, broccoli, carrots, green and red chard, cucumbers, dill, edamame, edible flowers, eggplant, hot peppers, kale, leeks, lettuce, mesclun, melons, mints, parsley, summer squash (green, gold and raven zuke, patty pan, cousa, yellow summer, zephyr), heirloom tomatoes, red tomatoes, yellow tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, plum tomatoes.
Apples, basil, beets, bell peppers, braising mix, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, burdock root, red and green cabbage, carrots, celeriac, green and red chard, cilantro, collards, Concord grapes, cucumbers, culinary herbs, daikon, dill, edible blossoms, eggplant, garlic, hot peppers, kale (green, red russian, toscano) , leeks, lettuce, mesclun, mustard greens, nuts, onions (Ailsa Craig, red, yellow), parsley, parsnips, potatoes (red, gold, white, all-blue, cranberry, fingerling, russet), pumpkins, radishes, rutabagas, shallots, spinach, sunchokes, turnips, winter radishes, winter squash (buttercup, butternut, delicata, green acorn, carnival acorn, sweet dumpling, baby blue hubbard, sunshine kabocha, spaghetti).
Winter storage crops:
Beets, burdock root, cabbage, carrots, garlic, onions, parsnips, potatoes, rutabagas, turnips, winter radishes, winter squash.
Why buy certified organic produce from farms near you?
It's fresh-and it doesn't take a lot of fuel to get it to you.
It's nutritious and it tastes great-because it's grown on healthy, living soils.
It's grown without the use of synthetic pesticides--good for people with sensitivity to environmental toxins, good for farmers and farmworkers, good for the environment.
It's an opportunity to learn about seasonal foods-it's not all broccoli, all the time.
It helps local organic farmers stay in business, keeping land productive and rural communities alive.
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