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Seasonal fruits and vegetables

In September, there is a wide range of seasonal fruits and vegetables in Central and Eastern Europe. As late summer turns into autumn in September, many fruit become ripe at this time.

Here are some examples of fruits and vegetables that are in season in September:


  1. Apples: September is the main harvesting season for apples in Austria and Germany. There are many varieties of apples, including Gala, Golden Delicious, and Elstar.
  2. Pears: various pear varieties such as Williams Christ or Conference are ripe in September.
  3. Plums: late summer plum varieties are available in September.
  4. Grapes: grapes are ready for harvest in September.
  5. Raspberries and blackberries: These berries are available into autumn.


  1. Zucchini: zucchini are abundant in September and can be used in various dishes.
  2. Tomatoes: Tomatoes are plentiful and available in many varieties.
  3. Pumpkin: pumpkin season begins in September and extends into autumn.
  4. Potatoes: different varieties of potatoes are ready for harvest in September.
  5. Peppers: peppers are available in September in various colours and shapes.
  6. Celery: celery is a typical autumn vegetable and can be harvested in September.
  7. Root Vegetables & Beets: From parsley root to radishes, and celery. There is a huge selection to choose from in September.
  8. Sweet corn
  9. Beans, green beans and peas.

This list is far from complete – elderberries, for example, are also ready to be harvested in September. From them you can prepare juices and jams.

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