British Columbia Growing Season of Fruits & Vegetables

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Knowing When Fruit and Veggies are locally grown is a great way to save money and get the best tasting fruits and veggies around. Enjoy your local farmers markets, and the sales in your grocery store, when you follow your local growing market.

We chose British Columbia for our Western Province as they have wonderful orchids near the Island of Vancouver.

Fruit:

  • Apples: August- November
  • Apricots: June  – July
  • Blackberries: July – September
  • Blueberries:  June –  September
  • Cantaloupes:August  –  October
  • Cherries: June –  July
  • Grapes: August   –  October
  • Huckleberries: August -September
  • Kiwi: September  –  November
  • Melons: August  –  October
  • Nectarines:  May – September
  • Pears:  August  -November
  • Plums: August  – September
  • Pumpkins: October  –  November
  • Raspberries: June  –  August
  • Rhubarb: April – June
  • Strawberries: June  –  July
  • Watermelon: August-  September

Vegetables

  • Asparagus: April-  June
  • Beets: June –  January
  • Broccoli: June  – September
  • Brussel Sprouts:September- January
  • Cabbage:June  –  February
  • Carrots: June –  January
  • Cauliflower: July –  September
  • Celery: August –  November
  • Corn:  August  –  October
  • Cucumber:  July  – October
  • Eggplant: August  –  November
  • Garlic: August  –  November
  • Green Beans:  July –  September
  • Kale: May  – February
  • Leeks: September –  March
  • Lettuce: May  –  November
  • Mushrooms ( Cultivated) – Year around
  • Onions: June – October
  • Parsley: May – December
  • Parsnips: September –  February
  • Peas: June –  July
  • Peppers Sweet – August – October
  • Potatoes, year-round
  • Radishes:  May  – November
  • Rutabaga:  September –  February
  • Spinach: May – December
  • Squash Summer – June –  October
  • Squash Winter – September –  February
  • Tomatoes: July through October
  • Turnips: June through January
  • Zucchini: June through October

 

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