Activity results for #washingtongrown

  • aitsanna posted an update 4 years, 11 months ago

    here are the five fruits and vegetables i chose:
    1.Rhubarb- harvest date is April through June
    2. Beets- harvest date is July through October
    3.Artichokes- harvest date is September through October
    4.broccoli- harvest date is June through September
    5. Asparagus- harvest date is April through June #washingtongrown

  • shalomr posted an update 4 years, 11 months ago

    #washingtongrown
    Apples of course, potatoes, wheat, cherries, and grapes. Different varieties of apples can be harvested in the Summer, Fall, and Winter. Cherries are at their peak in June (in North America). Potatoes, grapes, and Spring wheat are harvested around August.

  • frodo posted an update 4 years, 11 months ago

    #washingtongrown
    1. Artichokes: September and October
    2. Blueberries: June through September (a good place to pick blueberries is Charlotte’s Blueberry Park in Tacoma, http://www.metroparkstacoma.org/history-charlottes-blueberry-park/)
    3. Kiwi: September through November
    4. Watermelon: August and September
    5. Zucchini: June through October

  • #washingtongrown
    1). Asparagus – April through June
    2). Brocoli – June through September
    3). Celery – August through November
    4). Grapes – August through October
    5). Spinach – May through December

  • #washingtongrown
    Apples- August through November (depending on what kind)
    Cherries- June through August
    Zucchini- June through September
    Snap peas- July through August
    Beets- mid-July through mid-october

  • bettafish posted a new activity comment 5 years ago

    In reply to: fairytail posted an update #wasgintongrown ok all of theis are ready now and they are blackberrys, blueberrys, strawberrys, cherrys, and rassberrys. View

    I think it is #washingtongrown. :)

  • #washingtongrown
    5 fruits and vegetables that grow well in Washington State are: peas (ready in spring), cucumbers (ready in summer), peppers (ready in summer), strawberries (ready in late spring, early summer), and lettuce (ready in spring).

  • thereader posted an update 5 years ago

    #washingtongrown
    Five fruits/vegetables that are grown in Washington are basil which are harvested from June through November, beets harvested from June through January, artichoke, which is harvested from September and October
    , blueberries harvested from June through September, and boysenberries which are harvested from June through August

  • #washingtongrown
    cherries(summer)
    Apples (summer)
    strawberries(summer)
    Tamoato(end of summer)

    • You list a nice variety of produce. Since the instructions ask for 5 different fruits/veggies, could you add one more, please? Thank you very much (and apples are also harvested through the fall, just fyi).

  • happysunshine posted an update 5 years ago

    #washingtongrown
    Please post if you learn something new. I would like to know.
    1. Quinces – Harvested in October – They are a fruit similar to a pear, but they cannot be eaten fresh. They must be baked or frozen. Their seeds are also poisonous.
    2.Tayberries – Harvested in June and July – These berries are a cross between a blackberry and a…[Read more]

  • queenbee posted an update 5 years ago

    #washingtongrown 1. indain corn (maize) is usaly harvested in October. 2. honeychrisp apples are usaly harvested in mid October. 3. poppy (edible) you harvest them in the fall and in the spring when they get dryed out. 4. carrots are usaly harvested in early September (thats when we did ours). 5. broccli is harvested when it’s about 4-7 inches…[Read more]

  • wrinkles521 posted an update 5 years ago

    #washingtongrown I looked up the following information about fruits and vegetables grown in Washington:
    1. Apples are harvested August through November.
    2. Apricots are picked June and July.
    3. Beets are gathered June through January.
    4. Broccolie is picked June through September.
    5. Basil is harvested June through November. …[Read more]

  • geod23 posted an update 5 years ago

    #washingtongrown
    Washington grows onions, apples, cherries, carrots, and pears.

  • kiria13 posted an update 5 years ago

    #washingtongrown
    Blackberrries, July through September
    Blueberries, June through September
    Carrots, June through January
    Cauliflower, July through September
    Apples, August through November

  • sydney posted an update 5 years ago

    For #washingtongrown:
    Apricots—–June through August
    Cantaloupe——-August and September
    Nectarines——-June through September
    Blackberries—–June through August
    Strawberries—–May through September

  • sam1 posted an update 5 years ago

    1. apples-spring and summer, 2. blackberries-summertime, 3. cherries-summertime, 4. raspberries-summertime, 5. strawberries-summertime. activity: #washingtongrown

  • spud4christ posted an update 5 years ago

    Apples are ripe when they either fall on your head or when
    the collor changes to a creamy or yellow-green color. Apples
    that fall will not stay ripe for very long.

    On the tree, pears ripen from the inside out. They are best
    picked when you tilt the pear horizontally and they break off
    of the tree without…[Read more]

  • inuyasha4ever posted an update 5 years ago

    #washingtongrown
    Oh, I don’t know…. Strawberries (Summer till Mid-Fall), Apples (Beginning of spring till end of Summer), Blueberries (Spring till Summer), Blackberries(Spring till Summer), and even Raspberries (Mid- Summer till Fall)! yum PX

  • #washingtongrown
    Apples! August to November
    Cherries grown June to August
    Asparagus grown April through June
    Beets: June through January

  • kasey posted an update 5 years ago

    #washingtongrown
    apples are usually harvested in mid september to early october
    strawberries are harvested in early summer
    blackberries are in august
    onions (walla walla sweets), mid summer
    green leaf lettuce, june

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