Fruit and Vegetables in Season in September

fruit vegetables in season in september

Don’t forget to download the free printer friendly guide to fruit and vegetables in season in September!

September has creeped up on us this year, don’t you think?  So I’m back sharing the best of what fruit and vegetables are in season this month.  September is the month of blackberries, courgettes and runner beans, but the shops are bursting with cheap homegrown produce this month.  Take a look!

Fruit in Season in September

fruit in season in September

Apples

Bilberries

Blackberries ( try this blackberry and vanilla jam recipe and if you have some left over then here’s a clever trick on how to make blackberries last longer!)

Blueberries

Bramley Apples

Crab Apples

Damsons

Elderberries (try this delicious spiced elderberry syrup)

Pears

Plums

Raspberries

Redcurrants

 

Vegetables in Season in September

vegetables in season in September

Artichoke

Aubergine

Beetroot

Broccoli

Brussels Sprouts (try this tasty Brussels Sprout Gratin)

Cabbage – Red, White, Savoy and Spring Green

Carrots

Cauliflower

Celeriac

Celery

Chillies

Courgettes

Cucumber

Fennel

French Beans

Garlic

Horseradish

Kale

Kohlrabi

Leeks

Lettuce – Cos and Iceberg

Mangetout

Marrow

Onions

Pak Choi

Peas

Peppers

Potatoes

Pumpkin

Radishes

Runner Beans

Shallots

Spinach

Spring Onions

Squash (try roasting your butternut squash seeds to make a tasty snack too!)

Sweetcorn

Tomatoes

Turnips

Watercress

Wild Mushrooms (see my post on how to dry mushrooms if you have too many!)

 

Herbs & Nuts in Season in September

herbs in season in September

Chestnuts

Chives

Cobnuts

Coriander

Oregano

Mint

Parsley

Rocket

Rosemary

Sage

Sorrel

Thyme

There’s so much tasty produce on offer that I don’t know where to start!  What are you cooking/baking this month?  Print off the free guide to help you out!

 

Images: 1. By Dwight Sipler [CC-BY-2.0], via Wikimedia Commons / 2. Pixabay  / 3. Flickr User Sampsa / 4. Pixabay

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