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GO BEYOND FOUR SEASONS

Each fruit and vegetable has its own season, with subtle shifts that happen every day. Follow their microseasons to unlock flavor at every stage.

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In season today

  • Baby Artichokes

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    • Grower

      John, Theresa & Mike

    • Location

      Pescadero

    • Seasonality

      March - May

  • English Peas

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    • Grower

      Chris

    • Location

      Lompoc, California

    • Seasonality

      March - May

  • Fava Beans

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    • Grower

      Jeff

    • Location

      Baja California, Mexico

    • Seasonality

      March - May

  • Fava Greens

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    • Grower

      Rick & Kristie

    • Location

      Brentwood, California

    • Seasonality

      March - June

  • Forced Rhubarb

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    • Grower

      Bill

    • Location

      Ontario, Canada

    • Seasonality

      April - May

  • Green Asparagus (Large, Jumbo & Colossal)

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    • Grower

      Roscoe

    • Location

      Stockton, California

    • Seasonality

      March - May

  • Nettles

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    • Grower

      Foragers

    • Location

      Washington

    • Seasonality

      March - April

  • Pea Shoots

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    • Grower

      Simon & Madelaine, Phil

    • Location

      Chester, New York & Rutland, Vermont

    • Seasonality

      March - August

  • Ramps

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    • Grower

      Foragers

    • Location

      Ohio

    • Seasonality

      March - May

  • Sugar Snap Peas

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    • Grower

      Chris

    • Location

      Lompoc, California

    • Seasonality

      March - May

  • Wild Morels

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    • Grower

      Foraged

    • Location

      Wild, Oregon

    • Seasonality

      March - May

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Pea Shoots
Grown by Simon and Madeleine in Chester, New York.

In the Black Dirt Region — where the soil is thriving ground rich with organic matter left by an ancient glacial lake that once lay here — the season for Simon and Madeleine's tender Pea Shoots has begun.

Higher organic material not only means a greater mineral content, but it also means the soil is better at retaining moisture, reducing the need for irrigation. This translates to the intense flavor and extra nutrients in their shoots. Soon their wild watercress, which grows in drainage ditches on their land, will join.

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PEAK

White Spring Onions
Grown by Grant in Hollister, California.

Grant’s White Spring Onions are robust and tender with sweetness in the bulbs. They are soil grown from his own saved seeds. At 1300 feet of elevation, his farm has a unique microclimate and extended sunlight hours – beneficial for vigor in Spring Onions.

This is the time to explore the breadth of flavor that the onion plant can offer in the hands of an exceptional grower. In Hollister, Grant is committed to soil health and biodiversity and expanding his repertoire. He grows and preserves over 100 varieties of vegetables, fruits, edible flowers, and herbs — primarily open-pollinated and farm-made varieties that have been passed down through generations.

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LATE

Yorkshire Forced Rhubarb
Grown by Robert and Jonathan in West Yorkshire, UK

In Yorkshire, a warmer than expected February meant a sudden rush of Forced Rhubarb. Growers would usually heat their sheds, to trick the plants into new growth but it was so mild they didn’t need to, and a lot of the crop came on very quickly. With many of the crowns now spent we’ll have lower availability and a slightly shorter season — expect another three weeks.

Unusual weather patterns can be very difficult for growers, throwing off successional plans. Both Robert and Jason work with as few as two people on the ground and an unexpected glut means extremely long days of picking and more urgency to move through the harvest, or risk wasting a huge amount of work.

For Jonathan, a slightly bigger workforce meant he could jump on an opportunity to bring in more roots once one of his early sheds was fully harvested. As such, we’ll be able to go through to the end of April with Forced Rhubarb.

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Go beyond four seasons

Each fruit and vegetable has its own season, with subtle shifts which happen every day. Follow their microseasons to unlock flavor at every stage.

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