ExplorationDo you know of certain foods that are ripe and ready to harvest at different times of year? It all depends a little on the weather where you live, but here are some general seasonal treats from mother nature!Spring: Lettuce, rhubarb, summer squash, blueberriesSummer: Tomatoes, melon, eggplants, peaches, corn, cucumbersFall: Apples, pumpkins, beets, celery, carrotsWinter: Potatoes, winter squash, turnips, cabbageWhat is the best season for some of your favorite foods? If you don’t know, ask a grown-up to help you find out!
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