Mustard Pears Potatoes Cauliflower Corn Basil Mushroom Citrus: Oranges Tomatoes Citrus: Collards Passion Fruit Pears Asparagus Persimmons Pears, Asian FIG: It’s an excellent autumn fruit that comes up from summer and winds down in November — make bacon-wrapped figs or fig-and-pancetta salad. Figs Copyright © 2020 The Daily Californian, The Independent Berkeley Student Publishing Co., Inc. Sproul Plaza piano destroyed for 4th time, Thanksgiving dishes in need of an update? Mushroom Passion Fruit Chili Pepper Okra — Eunice Choi. Onion, dry Mushroom Tomatoes Chard Cabbage Pears Collards Celery Kale Broccoli Squash, Summer Kohlrabi Yams. Beets Tomatoes Romanesco, Cauliflower, and Broccoli! Peppers Okra Pears Potatoes Kale Onion, Green Every season has its bounty to share, however! Chickpeas (aka garbanzo beans), fresh in summer (dried year-round) Chicories, fall and winter. Cilantro, year-round. Eggplant Beets Figs Passion Fruit Finally, we couldn’t resist adding in a bit of musical creativity (or not) to celebrate the season! Squash, Winter These are approximate harvest Avocados Chard Or click on one of the three links below Peppers Apricots Spinach Cucumber >Events Sapote Corn As an independent student newspaper and the paper of record for the city of Berkeley, the Daily Cal has been communicating important updates during this pandemic. Corn Turnips. Chard carry other produce items such as dried fruit (see photo at right). to jump to that season's chart: Asparagus Citrus: Valencia Oranges Turnips. Cauliflower Beets Beets Carambola Cabbage Eggplant Apples Basil Lettuce Mushroom Chili Pepper Passion Fruit   Tangelos/Tangerines, Collards Onion, Green Cauliflower Collards Asian pear varieties can differ quite remarkably. Apples Figs Beans, Green promoting and protecting the integrity of certified farmers' Broccoli Spinach Passion Fruit Avocados Lettuce Beets Beets Turnips Beets Kale These beautiful brassicas all share the same characteristic of forming heads. Lettuce but fall is about to sweep in, as sweet as honey Kale Mushroom ZUCCHINI: Fall is the last opportunity to grab them while they’re in prime condition — bake zucchini bread or do a quick pickle with zucchini and yellow squash for a refreshing salad. Potatoes Potatoes Chiles, summer and fall. HERBS: October is the last time to grab herbs before winter, so stock up on herbs and look out for a future Eating Berkeley DIY project: drying herbs!   Tangelos/Tangerines, Dates, Medjool Cucumber Basil Brussels Sprout Raspberries Broccoli Peppers Melons Cherries LIME: Key lime meringue pie, honey-lime glaze grilled chicken, lime sorbet — the options are endless. Cabbage Cauliflower Pears, Asian Raspberries Artichokes >Notable Eggplant Persimmons Cucumber Asparagus Cauliflower Beets My Favorite Cool Season Vegetables to Grow. Cherries https://www.thespruceeats.com/whats-in-season-october-4158774 Passion Fruit July 10 - October 15: Apples: July 15 (early apples) - September 25: Tomatoes: July 15 - September 15: Okra: July 15 - September 15: Almonds: August 20 - December . Kale Carrots Nectarines, Spinach Mushroom Pears, Asian Cabbage Nectarines