Kentucky availability guide

The graph below depicts the general harvest season for locally grown fruits and vegetables in Kentucky. Actual availability will vary based upon weather during the growing cycle, location of the farm and storability characteristics of the product.

Product Jan Feb Mar Apr May June July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec
Apples                        
Apricots                        
Asian pears                        
Asparagus                        
Beans                        
Beets                        
Blackberries                        
Blueberries                        
Boysenberries                        
Broccoli                        
Brussel Sprouts                        
Cabbage                        
Cantaloupe                        
Carrots                        
Celery                        
Cherries                        
Christmas Trees                        
Corn,Sweet                        
Cucumbers                        
Eggplant                        
Gooseberries                        
Greens                        
Herbs                        
Nectarines                        
Peaches                        
Pears                        
Peas                        
Peppers,Sweet                        
Potatoes                        
Pumpkins                        
Raspberries                        
Rhubarb                        
Saskatoons                        
Strawberries                        
Squash,Summer                        
Squash,Winter                        
Sweet Potatoes                        
Tomatoes                        

This chart was compiled from a variety of sources that we believe to be correct, however due to the numerous data sources it is possible that errors have slipped in. If you are aware of additional products (including meat, dairy items, wine or any other item grown and produced in Kentucky) or if you believe there are any other errors on this page, please send an email with the corrections to localproduct@locavorenetwork.com and we will make the corrections to the chart.

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