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What fruits and vegetables grow in Wisconsin?

Last Updated: 16th March, 2020

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Wisconsin Seasonal Fruits and Vegetables
  • Apples, July through October.
  • Asparagus, May and June.
  • Basil, August and September.
  • Beets, June through October.
  • Bitter melon, August through October.
  • Blueberries, July and August.
  • Broccoli, June through October.
  • Brussels sprouts, September through early December.

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Besides, what fruits grow in Wisconsin?

Some good fruit choices for growing in Wisconsin include blueberries, apples, grapes, pears and plums.

Subsequently, question is, what crops grow in Wisconsin? Wisconsin's most important crop is corn for grain, most of which goes to feeding the state's livestock. Greenhouse and nursery products, soybeans, potatoes, and cranberries are all important to Wisconsin's agricultural health. Wisconsin is a leading producer of potatoes and cranberries among the states.

Also question is, what grows well in Wisconsin?

Spring garden calendar: When to plant fruits and vegetables in Wisconsin

  • Beets.
  • Carrots.
  • Chard.
  • Lettuce.
  • Onion Sets*
  • Peas.
  • Seed Potatoes.
  • Radishes.

Can lemon trees grow in Wisconsin?

Can you really grow lemons in Wisconsin even in the winter? There are several cultivars of dwarf lemon that do very well in Wisconsin as houseplants if you have a bright window. Look for "Meyer," "Eureka," or one of the "Lisbon" lemon trees to try. These can be found in most garden centers in five gallon pots.

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