Gallery: Did You Guys Know It's Fall? Allow the Union Square Greenmarket to Prove It To You

Apples, Locust Grove Fruit Farm
Apples, Locust Grove Fruit Farm

As far as I can tell, every kind of local apple is available at Locust Grove's stand right now, including these Rhode Island Greenings.

Seckle Pears, Locust Grove Fruit Farm
Seckle Pears, Locust Grove Fruit Farm

Not just tasty, but tasteful!

Leeks, Paffenroth Gardens
Leeks, Paffenroth Gardens

The leeks at Paffenroth were looking terrible this week.

Celeriac, Paffenroth Gardens
Celeriac, Paffenroth Gardens

It's ugly, but it's delicious.

Jerusalem Artichokes, Paffenroth Gardens
Jerusalem Artichokes, Paffenroth Gardens

One of my personal favorite root veggies, Jerusalem artichokes, a.k.a. sunchokes, are popping up around the market.

Brussels Sprouts, Sycamore Farm
Brussels Sprouts, Sycamore Farm

Some of the first brussels sprouts of the season arrived this week, still clinging to their stalks.

Fresh Herbs, Stokes Farm
Fresh Herbs, Stokes Farm

If there's an herb you need, Stokes has it in their miniature forest of herbs. They've also got a few you didn't even know you need: basil, thyme, tarragon and rosemary, but also lemon verbena, sorrel, lemon basil, peppermint and spearmint and chocolate mint, Cuban oregano, Vietnamese cilantro, and more.

Negi, Bodhitree Farm
Negi, Bodhitree Farm

These Japanese onions are like monster scallions, great sauteed or raw in salads, or anywhere you'd use a regular scallion.

Beans, Bodhitree Farm
Beans, Bodhitree Farm

Bodhitree also had a wide selection of beans: cranberry, roman, haricot vert, and velour.

Spaghetti Squash, Cherry Lane Farms
Spaghetti Squash, Cherry Lane Farms

Winter squash are all over the market right now, including this spaghetti squash from Cherry Lane Farms.

Arugula, Keith's Farm
Arugula, Keith's Farm

You can't really beat a three buck bag of arugula, pre-washed and ready to eat.

French Breakfast Radishes, Eckerton Hill Farm
French Breakfast Radishes, Eckerton Hill Farm

As tomato season winds down (it's not totally over just yet), out come the radishes at Eckerton Hill.