Your Ultimate Guide to What’s in Season Right Now

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Radishes

While winter storage radish varieties are still on store shelves, spring varieties are available fresh starting in March.

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Rhubarb

Although prime rhubarb season runs from April through June, some harvests hit the shelves in late March. Washington, Oregon, and California are the main producers of rhubarb nationwide.

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Spinach

Spinach is grown year-round in California–the largest spinach producing state in the U.S–with other major producers being Arizona, New Jersey, and Texas.

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Swiss Chard

Chard, a cool weather green, grows year-round in many areas, including California.

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Turnips

Turnips are generally in season from October through March. Although they can be grown year-round, they are freshest in the fall and spring.