Guide of California Fruits and Vegetables Grown

California is known for its fruits and vegetables all over the United States. It single-handedly grows 80% of the total supply. Therefore, California’s seasons have a huge impact on the market of these products all over the country, not only in terms of economy but also what fruits and vegetables will be available at a certain time of the year.  We have list and Guide of California Fruits and Vegetables Grown. These California Fruits can grow in California. We also have list down California vegetables below that can help you as well.

Guide-of-California-Fruits-and-Vegetables-Grown

Apples: Apples come in the later days of summer and stay all through autumn. The cold storage apples can even be found in spring time.

Apricots: Apricots are popular in the last days of spring and can be found in the markets all through the early days of summer.

Artichokes, Artichokes are available in spring till early autumn.

Arugula: Arugula is available all year-long. Although the best ones are available from spring to autumn.

Asparagus: Asparagus is found in spring.

Avocados: Avocados can be harvested all year but are at their best during summers. Basil: Basil is found in summer.

Beets: Beets are found all year.

Belgian endive: It is available all year-long but is best from autumn to winter

Blackberries: Blackberries are available in summer

Blueberries: Blueberries are also available in summer.

Boysenberries: Boysenberries come out in early part of summer

Broccoli: Broccoli is available all year, but the best harvest is between autumn to winter

Broccoli raab: Broccoli is available between autumn to spring

Brussels sprouts: Brussel sprouts are available between late autumn to winter

Cabbage: Cabbage is best during the last days of fall to the end of winter. You can find it all year long, though.

Cantaloupes: Cantaloupes are available during the last days of summer.

Cardoons: Cardoons are available from winter to early spring.

Carrots: Carrots are available all year long.

Cauliflower: Cauliflower is available all year long but the quality is at its finest from fall to winter.

Celeriac/celery root: Celeriac and celery root is available from fall to winter.

Celery: Celery is available all year long but is of the best quality from fall to winter.

Chard: Chard is available from summer to fall.

Cherries: cherries are available during the last days of spring and go on till summer

Chickpeas: Fresh chickpeas or garbanzo beans are available is summer. Dried ones can be found all year long, though.

Chicories: Chicories are available from fall to winter

Chiles: Chiles are available in summer.

Clementines: Clementines come out in winter.

Collard greens: Collard greens are found all year.

Corn: Corns are available in summer.

Cucumbers: cucumbers come out in summer.

Edamame: Edamame is available during fall.

Eggplant: Eggplant comes out is summer and stays till early fall.

Escarole: Escarole is available from fall to winter.

Fava beans: Fava beans can be found in spring.

Fennel: Fennel is mostly seen between fall and spring.

Fiddleheads: Fiddleheads come out in spring.

Figs: figs can be seen from summer to fall.

Garlic: Garlic comes out in summer and fall. Cold store ones can be seen all year long.

Gooseberries: Gooseberries come out in summer.

Garlic scapes/green garlic: Garlic scapes or green garlic can be found in spring.

Grapefruit: Grapefruit is available from winter to spring.

Grapes: Grapes come out in the last days of summer and stay till early fall days.

Jerusalem artichokes/sunchokes: Jerusalem artichokes are available from fall to winter.

Kale: The best quality kale can be seen from fall to winter.

Kiwis: Kiwis come out in winter stay till the start of spring.

Kohlrabi: Kohlrabi comes out in during the last week of fall till spring.

Kumquats: Kumquats come out in late winter and stay until spring.

Leeks: Leeks are available from fall to spring.

Lemongrass: Lemongrass is seen mostly from summer to fall.

Lemons: Lemons are harvested in the cold winter days and spring and spring season.

Lettuce: Lettuce available year-round nationally but best in spring.

Limes: Limes come out from late summer to fall.

Mandarins: Mandarins come out in winter.

Mangoes: Mangoes are available in summer.

Marion berries: Marion berries are available in summer.

Melons: Melons are mostly seen from summer to early fall.

Mint: Mint can is seen all year long.

Morels: morels are available in spring.

Mushrooms are available throughout the year.

Wild Mushrooms: Wild mushrooms are harvested from spring to fall.

Nectarines: Nectarines are usually available in the summer season.

Nettles: Nettles prosper mostly in spring.

New Potatoes: New potatoes are mostly available during spring.

Okra: Okras come in the market usually during the late summer to early fall.

Onions: Onions are largely available from spring to fall. They are preserved in winters.

Oranges (Navel): Navel oranges come in winter and spring

Oranges (Valencia): Valencia oranges come out from spring to summer

Oregano: Oregano is reaped throughout the year.

Parsley: Parsley is harvested all year long.

Parsnips: parsnips come in fall and through spring

Peaches: peaches are available in summers only

Pears: pears come throughout the fall season

Pea greens: pea greens are available throughout spring

Peas: peas and pea pods come in early summer and in spring.

Peppers (sweet): sweet peppers are available in early fall and throughout the summer season.

Persimmons: persimmons only come in early winter and fall

Plums & pluots: pluots and plums can be found in summers

Pomegranates: pomegranates are available in fall

Pomelos: Pomelos can be found throughout the winter season

Potatoes: late summer through fall but available from storage year-round

Pumpkins: Pumpkins come out in fall

Quinces: Quinces are harvested in fall

Radicchio: Radicchios come out in late summer and stays till early spring

Radishes: Radishes come out in fall and winter

Rapini: Rapini is available from fall to spring

Raspberries: raspberries come out in summer

Rhubarb: Rhubarb is available from the early days of spring to summer

Rosemary: rosemary is harvested all year.

Rutabagas: Rutabagas are harvested from fall to winter

Sage: Sage comes out all year.

Salsify: Salsify is harvested in fall and winter.

Scallions: Scallions are available from spring to fall

Shallots: Shallots are available from summer to fall. Storage ones can even be seen in winter.

Shelling beans: Shelling beans come out in summer and stay till early fall.

Snap peas/snow peas/pea pods: Peas are available in spring.

Sorrel: Sorrel is available all year long.

Spinach: spinach is available all year long.

Spring Onions spring onions as the name suggests come out in spring.

Squash: Squash is available in summer and winter. Summer and winter squashes are different.

Stinging Nettles: Stinging nettles are available in spring.

Strawberries: strawberries come are available from spring to summer.

Sweet Onions: Sweet onions is mostly seen from spring to summer.

Sweet potatoes: sweet potatoes come out in fall and winter.

Tangerines: Tangerines are available in winter.

Thyme: Thyme is available all year long.

Tomatillos: Tomatillos come out in late summer.

Tomatoes: Tomatoes come out in summer.

Turnips: Turnips are harvested in fall and spring.

Watercress: Watercress is seen all year long.

Watermelons: Watermelons are available in summer.

Zucchini: Zucchini is harvested in summer.

 

Written by Ali

Ali Qayyum is a professional Web Designer and Web Developer. In my spare time, i do gardening and love nature. Its my hobby to share my experience.

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