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What's In Season?

Healthy Meal

It's easy to plan ahead when you know
what's in season!

Kansas Harvest Calendar

Download and print a copy HERE!

What's available now?

Keep in mind that this is a general guide to Kansas seasonal produce;
our current selection may vary depending on weather, growing conditions, or other factors.


Early May

Late May

brussels sprouts, arugula, collards, gooseberries, kale, lettuce, onions, peas, rhubarb, scallions, spinach

Early June

apricots, arugula, bok choy, cauliflower, cherries, collards, endive, green onions, gooseberries, kale, kohlrabi, lettuce, peas, rhubarb, turnip

Late June

Early July

apricots, beets, blueberries, bok choy, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, cantaloupe, cauliflower, chard, cucumbers, eggplant, elderberry, fennel, garlic, kohlrabi, leeks, nectarines, peaches, pears, peppers, plums, potatoes, raspberries, strawberries, summer squash, tomatoes, turnip

Late July

Early August

Late August

Early September

Late September

Early October

Late October


Information provided by K-State Research & Extension.
Courtesy of Londa Nwadike and Amrita Mukherjee, Buying Guide for Kansas-Grown Fruits and Vegetables, Kansas State University, January 2021.


We pride ourselves in offering ONLY Kansas Grown or produced products; unlike many other markets, our vendors do not import any produce from out-of-state. This allows us to offer you the freshest, most nutritious seasonal fruits and vegetables possible. Unlike buying produce from large retailers, shopping at our markets allows you to meet and build friendships with the actual farmers who grow your food!


What is a LOCAVORE?

A "Locavore" is someone who enjoys eating a seasonal diet based on vegetables, fruits, dairy products, eggs, and meats that are grown and produced LOCALLY.

Eating a "Locavore" diet means fresher food, less spoilage & waste, shorter travel time from farm to table, a smaller carbon footprint, showing support for small family businesses, and strengthening your local economy!

Produce is seasonal (unless you find a farm with a greenhouse); so it's important to be aware of what foods are in season, and what might not be available just yet.


Recipes Courtesy of University of Nebraska-Lincoln

A mobile-friendly app to help you select, store and prepare fresh fruits and vegetables. The recipes use simple preparations and seasonings, so you can taste the goodness of a fruit or vegetable at the peak of its flavor.
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