A Guide To Spring Fruits & Veggies

Lemons in a white bowlThe days are getting longer, the temperatures are rising and all of a sudden we’re getting a little tired of the winter vegetables we’ve been eating for the past 5 months or so. But no worries! Spring-fresh and nutrient-packed fruits, peas and salad greens are in season now.

This handy guide offers information on picking the best spring vegetables and the health benefits of each. Look for these spring fruits and vegetables at the market for the best flavor (and value) when in season.

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Apricots come into season towards the end of spring in the warmer areas where they grow.

Beets are in season in temperate climates fall through spring, and available from storage most of the year everywhere else. Fresh beets are often sold with their greens still attached.

Carrots are harvested year-round in temperate areas. True baby carrots – not the milled down versions of regular carrots sold as “baby carrots” at grocery stores, but the immature carrots farmers pull from fields to thin the rows – are available in spring and early summer.