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Fruits, Vegetables and Herbs 

Approved Locally Grown Foods

Locally grown foods are produced in Wisconsin or near Wisconsin. Fruits and vegetables not locally grown should be labeled, but ask the farmer if you are not sure. Available foods may vary depending on the region and weather that may affect crops.

 

Spring
(June)
Summer
(June - July)

Asparagus

Beans

Lettuce

Garlic

Beets

Mulberries

Green Onions

Blackberries

New Potatoes

Greens

Blueberries

Peas

Herbs

Bok Choy

Peppers

Kale

Broccoli

Raspberries

Leeks

Cabbage

Shallots

Lettuce

Cauliflower

Shell Peas

Mushrooms

Cherries

Snow Peas

Parsnips

Chinese Cabbage

Sprouts

Peas

Cucumbers

Strawberries

Radishes

Currants

Sugar Snap Peas

Rhubarb

Gooseberries

Summer Squash

Snow Peas

Green Onions

Sweet Corn

Spinach

Greens

Swiss Chard

Sprouts

Herbs

Tomatoes

Sugar Snap Peas

Huckleberries

Watercress

Swiss Chard

Kohlrabi

Zucchini

 

Late Summer
(August - September)

Autumn
(September - October)

Apples

Lettuce

Apples

Leeks

Beans

Muskmelon
Cantaloupe

Beets

Lettuce

Beets

Okra

Bok Choy

Onions

Bitter Melon

Onions

Broccoli

Parsnips

Blackberries

Pears

Brussels Sprouts

Pears

Broccoli

Peppers

Burdock Root

Potatoes

Cabbage

Plums

Cabbage

Pumpkins

Carrots

Potatoes

Carrots

Radishes

Celery

Raspberries

Cauliflower

Rutabagas

Cucumbers

Rutabagas

Celeriac

Scallions

Eggplant

Spinach

Chinese Cabbage

Spinach

Elderberries

Sprouts

Cranberries

Sprouts

Fennel

Summer Squash

Fennel

Sunchokes

Garlic

Sweet Corn

Garlic

Sweet Potatoes

Ground Cherries

Tomatillos

Grapes

Swiss Chard

Herbs

Tomatoes

Greens

Tomatillos

Huckleberries

Watermelon

Herbs  Turnips 

Kale

 Winter Melon

 Kale Winter Squash
Leeks Zucchini Kohlrabi Yams

Shopping Tips

  • Shop early in the morning for the best selections.

  • Shop throughout the farmers' market season.  Different vegetables and fruits are sold each month.

  • You will find that farmers have more produce to sell after July 15th.

  • Let your child choose a fruit or vegetable.

  • Tips for preparing, cooking and storing.

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Last Revised:  April 27, 2012