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Fresh seasonal vegetables.
No matter the season.

Spring

Ah, the first rays of the sun. Ideal to harvest the early season carrots and to prepare the fields for a new sowing and planting period: peas, beans, sweet corn, potatoes, salsify, yellow carrots and autumn carrots all get their spot. Meanwhile, the production lines are getting ready for the summer harvest. No time to waste.

Early carrots

Harvest: May - July



Early carrots are sown in the winter months to be harvested from the second half of May through the end of July.

Winter carrots

Harvest: Oct - March



Winter carrots are sown in the summer months, from May through July, to be harvested all winter long: from October through March.

Summer

As temperatures rise and the sun is at its highest, the holidays start for the youth, but it is hard work in the field. All hands on deck for the harvest of yellow and orange carrots, peas, potatoes, beans and sweet corn. After which, more sowing starts: the autumn harvest results from what is sown during the summer. This way, you can enjoy new carrots, a second crop of baby carrots, beans and corn. Allez, c’est parti.

Baby carrots

First harvest: June - July



The first harvest of baby carrots is sown in February-March to be harvested in the months of June and July.

Yellow carrots

Harvest: July - August



Yellow carrots are sown in February-March for harvest during the months of July and August.

 

Garden peas

Harvest: June



Harvesting young peas requires a lot of knowledge. They have to be harvested as soon as they are ripe, otherwise, they lose their delicious sweet taste. Sowing takes place in February-March.

Green beans

Harvest: end of June - Oct



Beans are typical summer vegetables. They are sown from mid-April to early August to be harvested from the end of June to mid-October. Yellow beans and Romano beans also follow the same calendar.

Sweet corn

Harvest: July -mid-October



Sweet corn is sown from mid-April to the beginning of July. The harvest takes place from July to mid-October.

Potatoes

Harvest: June - July



Potatoes are planted in February-March and harvested during the summer months of June and July. Parisian potatoes also follow this calendar.

 

Autumn

Even though the leaves fall and the animals prepare for hibernation, we continue working in the fields through the autumn. In October, beans and sweet corn are still harvested, followed by baby carrots and orange carrots. And sowing a new crop? No, not necessary. 

Baby carrots

Second harvest: October - November



The second harvest of baby carrots is sown in the summer months of June and July to be harvested in the autumn.

Winter carrots

Harvest: October - March



Winter carrots are sown in the summer months, from May through July, to be harvested all winter long: from October through March.

Green beans

Harvest: end of June - October



Green beans are sown from mid-April to the beginning of August to be harvested from the end of June to mid-October. Yellow beans and Romano beans also follow the same calendar. 

Sweet corn

Harvest: July - mid-October



Sweet corn is sown from mid-April till the beginning of July. The harvest takes place from July till mid-October.

Winter

In the unique sandy soil of the French Aquitaine, carrots grow all year round. Even in winter. In addition, there is room for real winter vegetables. Salsify, for example. Between snow and frost, the delicacies ripen despite the cold. From February, there is room in the fields for early carrots. This way, they are just right for harvesting in the spring.

Winter carrots

Harvest: October - March



Winter carrots are sown in the summer months, from May to July, to be harvested all winter long: from October through March.

Salsify

Harvest: November - February



Salsify, also known as 'winter asparagus', is a typical winter vegetable with a mild, nutty flavour. It is sown in March to be harvested from November through February.

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