New York seasonality is defined by a later harvest, short growing season and a long harvest of cool weather crops. Exact crop and availability times vary from year to year.

The early season crops like asparagus and greens are available as early as May and late season crops such as parsnips and turnips extend into late November and early December.

Farms will often notify customers of when to expect crops throughout the season through email or social media.

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