Florida Crop Availability Chart

Florida Crop Availability Chart

 

Fresh is best! Consumers around the world look for and value the “Fresh From Florida” label. Knowing when items are in season is the key to knowing what to look for when shopping, and what to expect in your produce deliveries.

Why eat seasonally? Eating fresh local produce when it is in season offers a variety of benefits including: products are fresher and tastier; nutritional value of products is optimized; it encourages a diverse diet; it is often more economical; and it harmonizes with nature’s production cycle.

If you would like to print out a list of Florida agricultural products below, and keep the chart available so that you are aware of “what’s in season”, please feel free to download it.

Typical Harvest Times

The grid below shows when most major crops are typically harvested in Florida throughout the year. The blue shaded areas represent months of availability. Weather conditions can affect the harvest schedule and the produce growing seasons.  The chart below is mostly Winter grown produce:

Florida Crops Seasonal Availability
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Avocado    x Box Box Box Box Box Box Box
Bell Pepper Box Box Box Box Box Box Box
Blueberry Box Box
Broccoli Box Box Box
Cabbage Box Box Box Box Box Box
Cantaloupe Box Box Box
Carambola Box Box Box Box Box Box Box Box Box Box
Carrot Box Box
Cauliflower Box Box Box Box Box
Celery Box Box Box Box Box Box
Cucumber Box Box Box Box Box Box
Eggplant Box Box Box Box Box Box Box Box
Grapefruit Box Box Box Box Box Box Box Box Box
Guava Box Box Box Box Box Box Box Box Box Box Box Box
Lettuce Box Box Box Box Box
Longan Box Box
Lychee Box Box
Mango Box Box Box Box
Mushroom Box Box Box Box Box Box Box Box Box Box Box Box
Orange Box Box Box Box Box Box Box Box Box Box
Papaya Box Box Box Box Box
Passion Fruit Box Box Box Box Box Box
Peanut Box Box Box Box Box Box Box Box Box Box Box
Potato Box Box Box Box Box
Radish Box Box Box Box Box Box Box
Snap Bean Box Box Box Box Box Box Box
Spinach Box Box
Squash Box Box Box Box Box Box Box Box
Strawberry Box Box Box Box Box
Sweet Corn Box Box Box Box Box Box Box Box Box
Tangerine Box Box Box Box Box Box Box Box Box
Tomato Box Box Box Box Box Box Box Box Box
Watermelon Box Box Box Box
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec

Weather conditions can affect the harvest schedule and the produce growing seasons.  The chart below is mostly Summer grown produce:

Crop Chart
Florida Crop Availability Chart

Although there are many foods included on the chart above, there are many more fruits and vegetables (organically grown) not included on the charts.  Check with us for availability.

Florida Crop Availability Chart

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