Many Varieties of Produce Ripen in Late Summer and into the Fall.
Fall Fruits & Vegetables
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The following Fruits & Vegetables (in alphabetical order) are typically considered Fall produce. Depending on your geographic location and climate different fruits or vegetables may slide into or out of the strict, technical definition of Fall (September 23 - December 22). Growing things like Fall Produce follow nature's calendar and not man's. Fall Produce may straddle a few seasons.

Produce in season tends to be both abundant (meaning cheaper) and at the peak of its freshness and flavor. Consider cooking with fresh seasonal ingredients to improve your meals, your budget and your Flair, the 4th Lever of "Smart Kitchen's 4 Levers of Cooking"

If you want to learn more about the Fall Fruits and Fall Vegetables that are in season in the Fall in your Region or specific State, these two links go off site to About.com's resource on the subject.

Varieties

Fall Fruits

Apples

Cranberries

Figs

Grapes

Limes

Pears

Persimmons

Pomegranates

Quinces

Fall Vegetables

Artichokes

Arugula

Beets

Belgian Endive

Bok Choy

Broccoli

Broccoli Raabe

Brussels Sprouts 

Cabbage

Carrots

Cauliflower

Celeriac (Clery Root) 

Celery

Chard

Chicories

Chiles 

Collard Greens

Curly Endive (Frisée

Edamame

Eggplant 

Escarole 

Fennel 

Garlic

Green Beans

Green Onions (Scallions) 

Herbs (RosemaryParsleyThyme, and Sage)

Horseradish

Jerusalem Artichokes (Sunchokes

Kale

Kohlrabi 

Leeks 

Lemongrass

Lettuce 

Mushrooms (wild) 

Mustard Greens

Okra 

Onions

Parsnips

Peppers

Potatoes

Pumpkins

Radicchio

Radishes 

Rutabagas

Shallots

Shelling Beans

Spinach

Sweet Potatoes

Tomatillos

Turnips 

Winter Squash

Yams

Zucchini