Our Top Selection of Fall Fruits and Vegetables
Picking the best ones!
One of the most colorful seasons of the year has arrived and here at Waku we want to make the most from it. Get ready for all those brown, orange and yellow views and to see the leaves fall from the trees while holding a warm cup of tea and observing them through your window. Fall is definitely the “pumpkin spice and everything nice” season. So we would love to share with you our top selection of Fall Fruits and Vegetables so that you know what to buy during these months and be sure that it will be good and fresh. Take a look!
These fruits belong to those fruits people have forgotten have a season. But they do, and in the Northern Hemisphere, they're harvested late summer through fall.
It can be grown year-round in temperate climates, so we've forgotten it even has a season. In most climates, it is sweeter and less bitter and sharp when harvested in the cooler temperatures of fall.
They are harvested year-round in temperate areas. Unusual varieties are harvested during the carrot's natural season, which is late summer and fall. True baby carrots—not the milled down versions of regular carrots sold as "baby carrots" in bags at grocery stores—are available in the spring and early summer. Locally grown carrots are often available from storage through early winter even in colder climates.
Did you know these are native to North America? Well yeah! And they are harvested in New England and the Upper Midwest in the fall.
This vegetable comes into season toward the end of summer, but bright shiny heavy-feeling specimens stay in season well into fall.
These delicious treat-like sweet fruits ripen toward the end of summer when they grow best; the harvest continues into fall.
This is another produce item that we forget has a season; fresh garlic is at its plump, sweetest best in late summer and fall.
These fun fungi have different seasons throughout the U.S. Most wild mushrooms other than morels are in season in summer through fall.
This fancy looking fruit only ripen in warmer climates. They are in season starting in October and are usually available fresh through December.
THE most common winter squash and come into season in September in most areas. Lovely for pies, spices and even decoration!
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