Crop Calendar

The following list is from the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture’s 2010 Consumer’s Guide to Pennsylvania Farm Markets. Please note the actual dates may vary by as much as two or three weeks due to weather conditions, the variety of the fruits or vegetables, and the geographical location of the farm. Calendar view coming soon!

  • Apples Aug-Oct
  • Asparagus Apr-Jun
  • Beets Jun-Dec
  • Broccoli (early) Mid Jun-Mid Jul
  • Broccoli (late) Mid Aug-Mid Nov
  • Brussel Sprouts Mid Aug-Mid Nov
  • Cabbage (early) Mid Jun-Mid Aug
  • Cabbage (late) Sept
  • Carrots Mid May-Sept
  • Cauliflower (early) Mid Jun-Jul
  • Cauliflower (late) Sept-Nov
  • Celery (early) July-Mid Aug
  • Celery (late) Oct
  • Cucumbers
  • Jul-Mid Oct
  • Eggplant Jun-Oct
  • Grapes Sept
  • Lettuce Mid May-Mid Oct
  • Lima Beans Mid Jul-Mid Oct
  • Mushrooms Year Round
  • Nectarines Aug-Mid Sept
  • Onions Mid Jul-Aug
  • Peaches Mid Jul-Mid Sept
  • Pears Mid Aug-Mid Oct
  • Peas End of May-Jun
  • Peppers Jul-Oct
  • Plums Aug-Mid Sept
  • Potatoes Aug-Oct
  • Pumpkins Sept-Nov
  • Radishes May-Aug
  • Raspberries July-Sept
  • Shell Beans Mid Aug-Mid Oct
  • Snap Beans Mid Jun-Mid Oct
  • Sour Cherries Jul
  • Spinach May, Jun, Mid Sept
  • Strawberries Jun
  • Summer Squash Jun-Oct
  • Sweet Cherries Mid June-Mid Jul
  • Sweet Corn (early) Jul-Mid Sept
  • Sweet Corn (late) Mid July-Mid Sept
  • Sweet Potatoes Mid Aug-Mid Sept
  • Tomatoes Aug-Mid Oct
  • Turnips Jan, Feb, Sept-Dec
  • Winter Squash Mid Sept-Dec
  • Beef, Pork, Lamb Spring through Fall
  • Milk, Dairy Products Year Round
  • Potted Nusery Plants Spring through Fall
  • Wines, Honey, Preserves Year Round