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Arkansas Seasonal Fruits and Vegetables

See What's In Season In Arkansas

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Arkansas Seasonal Fruits and Vegetables

Whole Mini-Watermelon

Photo © Molly Watson
Exact crop availability will vary year-to-year, but this guide will give you a sense of what to expect at Arkansas farmers markets as well as what produce at grocery stores is more likely to come from local Arkansas farms.

Apples, late June through early October (cold storage until spring)

Asparagus, March through June

Basil, May through October

Beets, April through July (year-round from storage)

Blackberrries, late June through early September

Blueberries, June through early August

Broccoli, late May through early August

Cabbage, late April through early July

Cantaloupes, June through September

Carrots, year-round

Cauliflower, March through June

Chard, March through May and September through November

Chicories, fall and winter

Collard greens, March through May and September through November

Corn, late May through August

Cucumbers, late May through October

Eggplant, July through early October

Fava beans, February through May

Fennel, October through April

Garlic, harvested in June (cured and stored year-round)

Grapes, late July through early October

Green beans, late May through early November

Green onions/scallions, January through June

Kale, March through May and September through November

Leeks, April through August

Lettuce, March through early July

Melons, late June through September

Mint, year-round

Morels, spring

Mushrooms (cultivated), year-round

Mushrooms (wild), spring through fall

Nectarines, June through early September

Nettles, March and April

New Potatoes, May

Okra, June through October

Onions, late April through early November (stored year-round)

Oregano, April through October

Parsley, April through October

Parsnips, November through March

Peaches, late May through early September

Pears, August through November

Pea greens, March through May

Peanuts, May through August

Peas and pea pods, late April through early July

Pecans, year-round

Peppers (sweet), June through October

Plums & pluots, July and August

Potatoes, late May through August (available from storage year-round)

Pumpkins, late September through early November

Radishes, March through June

Radishes (daikon, watermelon, other large varieties), October through March

Raspberries, June and July

Rhubarb, February through May

Rosemary, April through October

Rutabagas, late September through early December

Sage, April through October

Shallots, June and July (from storage all year)

Shelling beans, July through November

Snap peas/snow peas/pea pods, , late April through early July

Sorrel, April through October

Spinach, March through May and September through November

Squash (summer), late April through September

Squash (winter), late August through December

Strawberries, late March through early July

Sweet potatoes, harvested July through November but available from storage year-round

Thyme, April through October

Tomatoes, June through October

Turnips, January through April

Watermelons, July through October

Winter Squash, late August through December

Zucchini, late April through September

Zucchini Blossoms, late April through September

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