With the changing of the seasons comes a more welcoming scene in the produce aisle. While we are still in the beginning of our vegetable and fruit goldmine, we still have plenty to choose from this month:
- Parsnips (looks like fat white carrots)
- Sorrel (like a lemony spinach)
In both Spring and Fall there are two different plant categories: Hardy and Semi-Hardy. Hardy Plants can be planted in advance and tolerate frosts down to 25 degrees, whereas Semi-Hardy can only tolerate frosts down to 30 degrees. They are planted at different times throughout the season to ensure the seedlings survive to matured plants through the weather.
Some great recipes to utilize this produce: