That guide is very useful for vegetables, so I made a quick chart of the harvest dates for various fruits and berries in my garden over the past few years. I have all the dates in a spreadsheet, but that gets a little difficult to find, so I thought a quick chart may be more useful to help me plan garden things.
This chart is only representative of fruiting times in my current garden in cool temperate Australia over the past two years. It is not guaranteed to be representative of other gardens, or other climates, or other varieties of the same fruit tree.
As some plants get larger and more established the harvest will likely increase. Igloo's seed grown apricot tree for example will likely have a longer harvest as it grows larger and bears more fruit. Some years the harvest will be larger or smaller than others.
Keeping all of the above in mind, this chart should help me to plan harvests, help me decide on new varieties of berry to grow to increase berry season, and things like that.
Fruit and Berry harvest guide
|Fruit and Berry Harvest Guide|
Nashi pear 'Nijisseiki' - it has provided huge crops over what felt like a very long season
Elche Pomegranate - has fruit that is yet to ripen
Dwarf pomegranate - used to fruit but it hasn't flowered the past few years for some reason
Feijoa - currently too small to flower
Huonville crab apple
Pink lady apple
'White fruited' mulberry
Thornless Gooseberry 'Captivator'
Plus there are probably a few other things that I have forgotten about.
I will possibly sell some of these berries and trees through my for sale page when I have built up numbers of them.