Seasonal Fruit and Vegetable Calendar

Find out what's in season so you can always eat the freshest produce.

Seasonal Fruit and Vegetable Calendar

If you have ever found yourself wondering which fruits and vegetables are currently in season, your search is over. This seasonality calendar will show you which produce items to buy in any given month, so you can eat the freshest products and save some money shopping locally. Unlike fruits and vegetables that are shipped across the country, local produce doesn't run the risk of spoiling on the trip and you will get to eat it when it's at the peak of ripeness and freshness. Feel free to print out this calendar so you can reference it on the go, and take a look below to see which fruits and vegetables are currently in season.

January:Cauliflower and cabbage

February: Onions

March: Mushrooms, oranges, ramps

April: Pea shoots and parsnips

May: Fava beans, strawberries, and asparagus

June: Strawberries, radishes, kale, and cherries

July: Apples, cucumbers, cauliflower, and blackberries

August: Cantaloupe, celery, spinach, and peaches

September: Carrots, broccoli, watermelon

October: Grapes, blueberries, pumpkin, and peppers

November: Brussels sprouts, pears, cranberry, and winter squash

December: Pears, broccoli, carrots, and cranberries



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