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Maryland produce is available at farmers' markets, roadside stands, pick-your-own farms, and certain supermarkets. You can see on the chart below, that a great variety of produce is grown.

Calendar of Maryland Harvests
Feb. 7-21 maple sap (sugar, syrup)
April 25-June 15 asparagus
May spinach
May 15-June 20 strawberries
June 1-July 1 peas (green)
June 1-Sept. 15 cabbage
June 10-July 10 cherries (sweet)
June 10-Sept. 15 beans (snap)
June 15-July 10 raspberries (black & red)
June 15-July 15 cherries (sour)
June 20-Aug. 1 blueberries
June 25-Aug. 30 beans (pole)
June 25-Sept. 1 squash (summer)
June 25-Sept. 15 corn (yellow & white)
July 1-Aug. 1 cucumbers (pickles)
July 1-Sept. 1 cucumbers
July 1-Sept. 30 potatoes
July 1-Oct. 30 honey
July 4-Sept. 1 beets
July 4-Sept. 15 tomatoes
July 5-Aug. 1 blackberries
July 5-Sept. 20 peaches
July 10-Sept. 15 carrots
July 10-Nov. 1 broccoli
July 15-Aug. 30 okra
July 15-Sept. 15 cantaloupes, plums
July 20-Aug. 30 peas (black-eyed)
July 20-Sept. 1 beans (lima)
July 21-Sept. 20 cider
July 25-Aug. 25 nectarines
July 25-Sept. 10 eggplant
July 25-Sept. 15 peppers
July 25-Oct. 1 watermelons
Aug. 1-Sept. 10 blackberries (thornless)
Aug. 1-Sept. 30 squash (winter)
Aug. 15-Sept. 20 grapes (table & wine)
Aug. 15-Oct. 15 pears
Aug. 15-Nov. 1 turnips
Aug. 15-Nov. 5 apples
Aug. 31-Sept. 25 raspberries (red)
Sept.-Oct. gourds
Sept. 5-Dec. 15 sweet potatoes
Sept. 10-Nov. 30 pumpkins
Oct.-Nov. corn (ornamental)
December Christmas trees
Harvest times are approximate as weather conditions and overpicking may affect the ripening dates and availability of fruits and vegetables.

Thanks to the Maryland Manual On-Line for helping with this site.

© Copyright October 16, 1997, Office of the Secretary of State.
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