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We’ve compiled the list below to give you an idea of what crops we generally grow and when we typically harvest those crops.

Crop

Early

Mid

Late

June/July

July/Aug

Sept – Dec

Arugula

X

Beans: snap green, yellow, and/or purple, flat Italian heirloom

X

X

Beets: red, striped, golden

X

X

X

Broccoli

X

X

Brussel Sprouts

X

Cabbage: red, green, Chinese, bok choy

X

X

X

Carrots

X

X

X

Cauliflower

X

Celery  X

X

Cucumbers

X

Eggplant

X

X

Edamame – fresh soybeans

X

Fennel

X

Garlic: green garlic, scapes, full heads

X

X

X

Greens, Asian

X

X

X

Herbs: basil, parsley, cilantro,dill,

X

X

X

Herb Pack;  herbs for you to grow at home

X

Kale: curly, red, lacinato

X

X

Kohlrabi

X

X

Lettuces: salad mix, head lettuce, leaf lettuce

X

X

X

Melons: watermelon, muskmelon, specialty melons

X

X

Onions: white, yellow, red, green onions, leeks

X

X

X

Parsnip

X

Peas; sugar snap, snow

X

Peppers; sweet, bells, hot

X

X

Potatoes

X

X

Radishes

X

X

Rutabaga

X

Spinach

X

X

Strawberries

X

Sweet Corn

X

Swiss Chard

X

X

Tomatoes: cherry, slicing, paste

X

X

Turnips

X

X

Winter Squash: acorn, butternut, and/or others

X

Zucchini & Summer Squash

X

While we plan for the dates shown on the chart above,  they may vary based on the weather and the season. Each season is different; certain crops may be abundant one year and less in another.
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