From juicy immune-boosting citruses to crunchy superfood carrots, in this seasonal produce guide, you will find a list of all the fruits and vegetables that are now in the season as well as recipe ideas that will inspire you to eat fresh and seasonal throughout the month of March.

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Seasonal Produce Guide What’s in Season March

Fruits and vegetables always taste better when they are in season, harvested at the peak of their freshness. Eating seasonal means eating fresh foods that are packed with nutrients. It also means savings in the family budget.

I created this seasonal produce guide to make it easier for you to plan your meals and make a grocery list. It’s created to inspire you to eat healthily throughout the whole month. You will also find plenty of recipe ideas featuring fruits and vegetables in season.

March means only one thing – beautiful Spring is on its way. And with Spring, nature starts to wake up.

Farmer’s market looks amazing this time of year. It’s filled with bright yellows and leafy green colors. Citruses, strawberries, kale, spinach, and young spring onions slowly fill the market’s shelves. All bursting with freshness and flavors.

Here is a list of all the fruits and veggies that are in season in March. Looking for recipe ideas? Just click on the links below and grab all the inspiration you need to cook healthy throughout the month.

Vegetables in season March

Artichokes, arugula, avocado, asparagus, beets, bok choy, broccoli, Brussel sprouts, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, celeriac, celery, collard greens, cucumber, endive, fennel, kale, leeks, parsnips, onions, potatoes, radishes, radicchio, spinach, sunchokes, spring onions, sweet potato, turnips.

Fruits in season March

Apples, banana, clementine, grapefruit, kiwi, kumquats, lemon, lime, oranges, pear, persimmon, strawberries, tangerine.

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March recipes

Breakfast recipes:



Sups & Stews:

Main dishes:

Side dishes:




More recipes:

St. Patrick’s Day recipes:

This post was originally published in March 2018. It has been updated with new recipes and republished on March 2022.


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