Florida’s Planting and Harvesting Season Chart. I’ve shown you the chart above a couple times, but I like to trot it out occasionally to show everyone where we are in the growing and harvesting cycles.
The last couple weeks we’ve had strawberries, oranges, grapefruit, squash, beans, cucumber, romaine, and peppers all harvested here in Florida. What a great place to live.
As you can see from the chart, we’re in the planting and harvesting part of the cycle for many things, but soon there will be a bounty of local items being harvested.
Florida is ranked 2nd or 3rd (depending on what you measure) after California for the most fruit and vegetables harvested. Having two harvesting seasons allows us to have fresh local food most of the year.
I’m very proud to be providing this food to you and our local food banks.
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I’ve been told we could give more quantity if we donated cheaper less expensive food. More potatoes and onions? But I refuse to do it. Donations are always the same food provided to you.
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