As we wrap up the month of April, 2021 has given us plenty of showers to bring May flowers. Things have really greened up around the area, and local farmers and gardeners are getting ready to move those starter plants outside.

Farmers markets around the area will follow soon after that, and we will be able to get our hands on some increible fresh produce and other products. If you have a craving for somethings specific, here are the peak season dates to keep in mind for tracking down that product:

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  • Apples - Sept. 1st - Nov. 31st
  • Asperagus - May 15th - June 15th
  • Beets - July 1st - July 30th
  • Blueberries  - July 1st - Aug. 15th
  • Broccoli - June 15th - July 31st & Sept. 15th - Oct. 15th
  • Cabbage - Sept. 15th - Oct. 31st
  • Carrots - Sept. 15th - Oct. 31st
  • Cauliflower - Sept. 15th - Nov. 15th
  • Cucumbers - July 15th - Sept. 15th
  • Green Beans - July 1st - Aug. 31st
  • Leafy Greens - June 1st - Sept. 30th
  • Green Onions - July 15th - Aug. 15th
  • Herbs - July 1st - September 30th
  • Melons - Sept. 1st - Sept. 15th
  • Onions - Sept. 15th - Nov. 15th
  • Peas - July 1st - July 31st
  • Peppers - July 15th - Sept. 15th
  • Potatoes - Aug. 15th - Nov. 15th
  • Raspberries - July 1st - July 31st & Sept. 1st - Sept. 30th
  • Strawberries -  June 1st - July 15th
  • Summer Squash - July 15th - Aug. 15th
  • Sweet Corn - Aug. 1st - Sept. 15th
  • Tomatoes - Aug. 1st - Sept. 15th

Of course these are just esimated peak dates, it is all subject to the growers and the growing conditions mother nature provides for us. Thank you to all area farmers and vendors that supply us with such amazing products all year long. We can't wait to see you at area farmers markets this year.

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