Originally Posted by RiverBirchBrew
It's funny, I spend nearly every day in the desert, see hundreds of Mesquite trees and have no idea when the "season" would be. Sonoran style may be my new mission. Thanks for the info.
Mesquites flower twice each year once in the spring and again during the monsoons. The pods are dry and ready the first time starting around June, and again usually around late September. The later season usually seems to be more prolific. Desert Harvesters
has some good info about harvesting mesquite, and their annual mesquite flour pancake cookoff in Dunbar Springs is really fun.