Indiana Strawberries

Indiana Strawberries If you haven’t had fresh Indiana strawberries, they are nothing like the berries you are used to buying in the grocery.  Indiana strawberries are smaller and sweeter then conventional berries.  They are in season for about three weeks in late May and early June.  The season can vary by up to two weeks […]

Southern Tomatoes

Fresh tasting tomatoes in May in Indiana

In the early spring when Indiana tomatoes are not quite ready, and we’re all craving a taste of summer, Tuttle’s brings in tomatoes from growers in the south.  These come fresh to us directly from the grower.  They are picked ripe and ready to enjoy.  These tomatoes are grown in high tunnel greenhouses (like we […]

Tuttle’s Grown Lettuce & Greens

Indianapolis Lettuce

Tuttle’s Grown Lettuce & Greens Even in the winter months when not much can be grown outside, we’re still growing things at Tuttles.  Our high tunnel greenhouses are used for growing lettuce and greens. High tunnels allows us to plant items in the ground in late fall and then harvest them all winter long.  The […]


Asparagus   We have green asparagus or purple asparagus we source from local Indiana or Midwest farms.


Rhubarb Strawberry Rhubarb pie anyone? In the spring, we carry both Indiana Rhubarb from various local growers, as well as, Rhubarb from Michigan and the Northwest.

Tuttle’s Grown Pumpkins

Pumpkins Indianapolis

Tuttle’s Grown Pumpkins Pumpkins are a big deal here at Tuttles.  We grow LOTs of pumpkins for you to come and pick during the Fall season.  We also grow a selection of unique pumpkins for you to purchase in our store or in the upick area. Large Carving Pumpkins:  We have fields and fields of […]

Tuttle’s Grown Squash

Tuttle’s Grown Squash Tuttles grows many varieties of edible squash. The larger squash are often used for décor but can also be used for baking.   Here are some of the ones we grow (availability varies by year) : Butternut: Great for roasting (try it with our apples and drizzled with butter or syrup!), baking […]

Tuttle’s Grown Gourds


Tuttle’s Grown Gourds Tuttles grows a collection of gourds for décor use in the fall. What’s the difference between a gourd and squash?  Squash is edible.  Gourds are not.      

Tuttle’s Grown Tomatoes

indiana Tomatoes

Tuttle’s Grown Tomatoes Tuttles has one of the longest tomato growing seasons of any farm in central Indiana.  We harvest tomatoes from late June through late September. Tuttles has a large outdoor tomato fields where we grow an assortment of tomatoes including: Cherry Tomatoes Sun Sugar Yellow Tomatoes Roma Tomatoes Multiple Varieties of Red Slicing […]

Southern Sweet Corn

Southern Sweet Corn When our sweet corn is not quite ready, and we’re all craving a taste of summer, Tuttle’s brings some in from growers in the south.  These come fresh to us directly from the grower, from Georgia or southern Indiana.  They are picked fresh and ready to enjoy.