Your Ultimate Guide to What’s in Season Right Now

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Several varieties of domestically grown pears are available in March, including Anjou, Bosc, and Concorde.

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Idaho and Washington produce over half of the potatoes grown in the U.S. They grow year-round and store remarkably well, with major harvests happening from mid-summer through late fall.

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A winter storage crop, rutabagas are available from October through March. Be sure to peel the waxed skin off before cooking.

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Sweet Potatoes and Yams

Harvested in the fall, sweet potatoes store well and are generally available year-round. North Carolina produces 60% off all sweet potatoes grown in the U.S.

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Winter Squash

Winter squash is harvested in summer and fall, but stores so well that it’s generally available until at least April.