What’s in Season – Fall

What’s in Season – Fall

what’s in season

FALL

October – December

DRAWING BY EUNKANG KOH

Early October

Fruits: apples (summer and fall), apricots, Asian pears, blackberries, cherries (sweet and tart), grapes (table and wine), jujubes, nectarines, pears, plums, raspberries

Early Autumn Harvest: almonds, beans (bush and pole), chives (garlic and common), corn (sweet and dent), eggplants, garlic (dry storage), ginger (a Hawaiian variety from Custom Gardens in Silver Springs, Nev.), ground cherries, melons (Hearts of Gold, watermelon, and more), onions (bulb and green), peppers, potatoes, pumpkins, spinach, squashes (summer and winter), tomatillos, tomatoes, walnuts, zucchinis

Culinary Herbs and Edible Flowers: basil, calendula, dill, lavender, marigold, mint, nasturtium, oregano, parsley, rosemary, sage, savory (summer), tarragon, thyme

Late October/November

Fruits: apples, pears

Late Autumn Harvest: arugula, basil (from indoor operations), beets, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, carrots, chard, collard greens, corn (feed), garlic (dry storage; plant for next year’s harvest in October), ginger (a Hawaiian variety from Custom Gardens in Silver Springs, Nev.), kale, mixed lettuces, mizuna, onions, parsley, parsnips, pumpkins, radishes, rutabagas, squashes (winter), turnips

December

Apples, arugula, basil (from indoor operations), beets, carrots, chard, ginger (a Hawaiian variety from Custom Gardens in Silver Springs, Nev.), kale, lettuce mix, onions, parsley, potatoes, radishes, rutabagas, squashes (winter), tomatoes (from indoor operations), turnips

In season in California: citrus, kiwis, olives, persimmons, and pomegranates

About the artist

Eunkang Koh

Untitled work, Watercolor, gouache, 11-by-15 inches

“The relationship between humans and the society in which they live is my source of inspiration in my artwork,” says Reno artist Eunkang Koh. “I draw from the human circumstances that flourish between reality and perception. Born and raised in the Korean myth culture and adopting Buddhist philosophy, I assume that the world we are living in is not real but is an illusion that we perceive. I doubt that there is anything like truth in a concrete sense.”

 

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