Plant's growing conditions include, comparison of Thornless Blackberry and California Poppy season. This is a general guide only! Another obvious one is blackberry liqueur. "The North Carolina season starts at the end of June and will end very shortly, in the first week of October. Our Santa Maria season goes from mid April through to November, and at this time of year, is the only region where we are growing blackberries. ", Central West have been growing strawberries in California for 35 years, but only recently launched blackberries. Here in California, we grow our blackberries in Santa Maria, but we also have regions in Oxnard and in Salinas. California. "Although you can never be truly sure where the market is headed, we see that demand growing as customers become more aware of the quality and the high level of antioxidants in the fruit. California is farther down the page. However, the canes grow one season (primocanes), produce fruit the second season (floricanes), and then die. The California Strawberry Commission. (Yerba buena is a kind of mint that grows all over Southern California.) season to verify on the status of the product you are interested in. How easy is this? "As well as growing organic, we invested in 'High Tunnel' plastic hoop houses to better control their environment," she said. or lower than 55 degrees. Want to make a donation? strawberries. commercial acres, Florida is the second largest producing state. but NOT to copy content and republish it. Dennis Rettke Vegetables + Southern and Central © And Blackberries: June 1 - July 30: Blueberries: May 15 - June 30: Boysenberries: May 10 - July 5: Cherries (more detail) May 5 - June 30: Apricots: May 10 to August 15: Peaches: May 20 - September 5: Nectarines: May 20 - September 15: Olallieberries: June 1 to July 31: Plums: June 1 - September 5: Pears: August 10 - September 10: Green Beans: June 15 - September 15: Peas are available! Northern mydate = dateModified.slice(0,10); ", Central West Produce see their organic berries performing well on the market and have no plans to expand production with conventional crops. Food styled by Lynne Char Bennett.