Growing seasons for local, organic produce

More than 90 percent of the produce at PCC is certified organic. This chart indicates the typical growing season of produce that's organic and local — fruits and vegetables plucked fresh from fields, farms and orchards throughout the Northwest.

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X Green = in season    Tip: Click on a month and produce in-season that month will rise to the top.

Name Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec add
Apples, Braeburn X X X X X         X X X Add
Apples, Cameo X X X X X       X X X X Add
Apples, Fuji X X X X X X       X X X Add
Apples, Gala X X X X X     X X X X X Add
Apples, Golden Delicious X X X X X       X X X X Add
Apples, Pink Lady X X X X         X X X X Add
Apples, Red Delicious X X X X X X X X X X X X Add
Asparagus       X X X             Add
Cauliflower     X X         X X X   Add
Leeks X X X X     X X X X X X Add
Mushrooms, Crimini X X X X X X X X X X X X Add
Mushrooms, Portobello X X X X X X X X X X X X Add
Mushrooms, White X X X X X X X X X X X X Add
Onions, Red X X X X       X X X X X Add
Onions, Yellow X X X X       X X X X X Add
Potatoes, French Fingerling X X X X         X X X X Add
Potatoes, Red   X X X         X X X X Add
Potatoes, Russian Banana Fingerling X X X X         X X X X Add
Raab       X                 Add
Rhubarb       X X X X           Add
Spinach, Baby       X X X X   X X     Add
Watercress       X X               Add

Note: The dates above are based on each item's typical growing season and may fluctuate based on weather.

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