what’s in season – WINTER 2018
Whats In Season Watercolor

Ripe and ready produce growing in the Reno-Tahoe region.

November – December (weather dependent)

November

Apples, arugula, basil (from indoor grow operations), beets, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, carrots, chard, collard greens, corn (feed), garlic (dry storage), ginger (a Hawaiian variety from Custom Gardens in Silver Springs, Nev.), kale, microgreens (from indoor operations), mixed lettuces, mizuna, onions, parsley, parsnips, pears, pumpkins, radishes, rutabagas, squashes (winter), tomatoes (from indoor grow operations), turnips

December

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

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

Featured artist

“This illustration represents the bounty of the harvest. I used a muted color palette inspired by my own garden and created an intricate pattern symbolizing the abundance of the season.”

Kristine Palmer is an illustrator and designer living in Reno. She finds her inspiration in bygone eras, the natural environment, and the simple beauty that surrounds our everyday lives. She works in traditional media of watercolor, gouache, graphite, and ink, as well as digital illustrations and designs. Find additional works at Mrskristinepalmer.com or follow along on Instagram @Mrskristinepalmer.

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