What's in Season: Fall

September 05, 2014
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These fruits and vegetables grow in the Valley in the greatest abundance between September and November as our local farms transition from the heat of summer to the new growing season.

Wild/foraged foods in season during the fall include:
  • Barrel cactus fruit
  • Desert hackberry
  • Mushrooms
  • Sumac
  • Sweetbush
  • Torote fruit
Photo 1: Basil
Photo 2: Beets
Photo 3: Bok choy
Photo 4: Carrots
Photo 1: Chard
Photo 2: Chiles
Photo 3: Cilantro
Photo 4: Cucumbers
Photo 1: Dates
Photo 2: Eggplant
Photo 3: Figs
Photo 4: Gourds
Photo 1: Green beans
Photo 2: Green onions
Photo 3: Kale
Photo 4: Key limes
Photo 1: Lettuce
Photo 2: Peppers
Photo 3: Radishes
Photo 4: Spinach
Photo 1: Tomatoes
Photo 2: Turnips
Photo 3: Winter squash
Photo 4: Zucchini

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