The long growing season in North Carolina gives us harvest from mid-April through October — subject to the whims of Mother Nature and Old Man Winter of course.
Strawberry Season Begins
Strawberries are in season by mid-April for pick-your-own or convenient grab-and-go buckets. You're also likely to see lettuce and sweet potatoes.
Fresh Veggies just in time for Mother's Day
Strawberries are at their peak and summer produce bursts onto the scene. Look for beets, blueberries, broccoli, cabbage, kale, lettuce, spring onions, sweet potatoes, radishes, spinach, squash and zucchini.
Fresh party produce for Dads and Grads
Strawberries will be here through mid-month. Pick up green beans, beets, blueberries, broccoli, cabbage, sweet corn, cucumbers, eggplant, kale, okra, spring onions, peaches, bell peppers, hot peppers, red potatoes, sweet potatoes, squash and zucchini.
It's time for sweet corn and summer picnic favorites
Watermelon and summer tomatoes arrive in time for your Fourth of July cookout. While you're here, grab some fresh green beans, blueberries, cantaloupe, crisp summer corn, cucumbers, eggplant, okra, peaches, field peas, bell peppers, hot peppers, red potatoes, sweet potatoes, squash and zucchini.
Late summer is a great time for NC tomatoes
Tomatoes are reaching peak season. Round out your summer table with green beans, butter beans, cantaloupe, cucumbers, eggplant, grapes, okra, peaches, field peas, bell peppers, hot peppers, red potatoes, sweet potatoes, squash, zucchini and watermelon.
Pack kid's lunches with fresh veggies
Tomatoes are still flourishing as fall comes near. There's still time to grab fresh-picked cucumbers, eggplant, grapes, okra, peaches, field peas, bell peppers, hot peppers, red potatoes, sweet potatoes, squash, and zucchini. You'll also see the start of pumpkins and mums.
It's time for fall pumpkins and potted flowers
Pumpkins and Mums are here! This time of year also lets you pick up late summer produce including ripe tomatoes and sweet potatoes. By end of month it will be time to say, "see you next year".