Spring brings an abundance of sweet produce: fruits and vegetables.

Some of our favorites are fleeting: morel mushrooms, ramps, and green garlic.

Sauté them with asparagus and garlic: truly delicious!

Here’s a full list of spring fruits and vegetables, and our menu for a spring-focused dinner.

Don’t overlook rhubarb, a spring favorite that, while botanically a vegetable, makes delicious desserts.

Here’s more about the spring vegetables you shouldn’t miss. You’ll find the familiar as well as those you may not have tried:

  • Fava beans
  • Fiddlehead
  • Garlic scapes
  • Morel mushrooms
  • Mustard greens
  • Pea shoots and leaves
  • Nettles
  • Ramps
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    Check out more in the infographic below.

     


    A favorite spring vegetable: green peas, also known as spring peas and English peas. Note the pea blossoms, leaves and shoots, which are delicacies (photo © The Chef’s Garden).

     
    And don’t tarry: At the end of spring, many of these fruits and veggies will go away until next spring.
     

    The column at left shows produce available in early spring. The other columns are foods you can enjoy all spring long (chart © Good Eggs).
      

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