What’s growing in Georgia?
We grow, cultivate, or catch it all, right here in Georgia and If you are looking for fresh, you’ve come to the right place.
Have you ever picked a fresh strawberry right from the farm? Tastes like no other. The same goes for everything that comes right from the farm. You can’t get it any fresher than that.
Relating to wine, which is available year-round, the grapes that are grown in North Georgia are harvested later than what is grown in South Georgia. Muscadine grapes, grown throughout Georgia, are used both for eating and for wine while French Hybrids and American varietals are more common in North Georgia and only used for wine.
Georgia is the largest producer of blueberries in the United States (depending on the year and who is counting!), but the state has lots of other great fruit options, including strawberries, blackberries, pumpkins, watermelons, cantaloupes, citrus, apples and of course, peaches!
There are U-pick farms, roadside markets, and farmers markets filled with fresh vegetables and other delicious goodies that haven’t lost their taste and nutrients from being transported or stored on shelves.
So, check out what’s in season and don’t miss out on the freshest and best tasting fruits and vegetables from a Georgia farm near you.