Green leafy veggies are the first to fall.
They come in all colors and textures, but the easiest and best to prepare are green onions, green peppers, cilantro, and lettuce.
And they’re the best for fall because they’re loaded with vitamin C and iron.
Green leafiness is also an indicator of good health, according to the American Heart Association.
It’s also a good sign of spring.
But the best way to enjoy a fall green vegetable is to get it in the fall.
The best times to get them are from early to mid-August when leaves are still green, and from late to late September when they’ve turned a bit red.
Here are some things to look for in fall green vegetables.