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The North America What's In Season Thread

Looked around a little and haven't found an existing thread like this. I'd love to start shopping with more of a sense of what's in season and I love to know what's in season where I'm going when I travel.

I thought maybe people could post in reply to each month below with what they know or see to be in season. I realize what's in season will vary by region, so maybe it would be a good idea to include information about the state or region to which you're referring. I got things started with the season for chokecherries out here in the Southwest.

Can't wait to see what comes up.

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        1. re: ninrn

          Farm grown (MA) Cold cellar storage :
          Parsnips
          Brussels sprouts
          Carrots
          Collards
          Kale
          Micro greens
          Mushrooms
          Onions
          Potatoes
          Salad greens
          Turnips
          Winter squash
          Greenhouse (ME):
          Packaged Pearl Tomatoes
          Tomatoes on the Vine

          1. re: Gio

            Wow Gio! My CSA in Norwell won't start up for at least another month or two. They have NOTHING growing now.

            1. re: foodieX2

              Actually foodie, I think most of that produce is over Wintered root cellar stuff, but it is available and seasonal to a certain extent. CSAs around here don't begin until middle May or so.
              If anyone thinks I should have the post deleted let me know and I will. Or flag it.

              1. re: Gio

                No, I think that makes sense. Maybe edit and say "cold/cellar storage" like the note about the greenhouse products?

          2. re: ninrn

            This month, we are harvesting from our Napa Valley garden:

            artichokes, asparagus, kale, "italian dandelion" (chicory), and winter-grown (or over-wintered) cabbages, cauliflowers, carrots and celeric, broccoli raab, lettuces, spinach, spring onions, the last of the tangerines. And, always, parsley, thyme, mint, and eggs.

            1. re: ninrn

              San Francisco Bay Area - mid Peninsula:

              In my yard, the blood orange and lemon trees are producing like there's no tomorrow. The miner's lettuce that colonized the yard has finally shown up. I have 2 strawberries!

              1. re: ninrn

                Here in MN, snow.

                Freshly falling from the sky. Helping keep all of the leftovers we didn't have room for in the fridge cold in the garage.