What’s In Season

Here is the latest on what’s picking, what’s growing and what we have on offer. All Parsons Own Produce is sown and grown exclusively with 100% organic inputs and zero chemical sprays, and from our partners we source the best produce in the valley for what we don’t grow ourselves. Quality is always #1.

Available seasonally throughout the summer months

Parsons Own Produce

  • Sunrise Apples
  • Peaches, Nectarines, Plums, Apricots, Cherries
  • Eggplant
  • Tomatoes – field, Roma and more than 40 varieties of heirloom tomatoes – our specialty!
  • Garlic – Red Russian, Shvelisi, Susaville, Lorz Italian, and more
  • Summer squash, marrow, winter squash – dozens of varieties
  • Zucchini – yellow, green, gem, heirloom, 8-ball of various sizes
  • Peppers – Red Crimson, Hot and Sweet Banana Peppers, Bell Peppers, Habanero and more.
  • Herbs – basil, lemon basil, cilantro, parsley, dill and much more
  • Cucumbers – Armenian, field, pickling, heirloom, specialty
  • Gourds

BC Produce

  • Fraser Valley & Cawston corn (Triple Sweet Jubilee and other varieties)
  • Peaches, Nectarines, Cherries
  • Onions (also sweet onions from Walla Walla, Washington)
  • Green beans
  • Potatoes
  • Blueberries
  • Blackberries, Raspberries, Strawberries, Mulberries, and more

This is just a small selection of fresh, local produce on offer at Parsons Farm Market.

For specifics, please call (250.499.2312), email us or just stop by!

4 Responses “What’s In Season” →
  1. Do you grow your own nectarines or are the ones you have equivalent to organic? How much are they by the case?

  2. Have been going to Parsons fruitstand every time we go through Keremeos for over 40 years. Last week we bought rrf haven peaches and another yellow peach. Would anyone be able to tell me the exact name of the yellow peach?

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