Chart of Fruits and Vegetables in Season

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We recently did an article on Farmers Markets in Georgia that accept EBT. In that article, we also talked about the many benefits of shopping with your EBT card at a farmers market versus your local grocery store. One of the key benefits of a farmers market is that you get to buy produce that are in season. Of course, knowing what produce are in season helps. We can help.

Below is a list of fruits and vegetables and when they are in season. The list is divided into Winter, Spring, Summer, and Fall.

Note that the list is not meant to be exhaustive but we choose the most common fruits and vegetables people typically buy at a farmers market.

"The Chart of Fruits and Vegetables in Season"

Chart of Fruits and Vegetables in Season

WinterSpringSummerFall
ApplesApplesApplesApples
AvocadoApricotsApricotsBananas
BananasAsparagusAvocadoBeets
BeetsAvocadoBananasBell Peppers
Brussels SproutsBananasBeetsBroccoli
CabbageBroccoliBell PeppersBrussels Sprouts
CarrotsCabbageBlackberriesCabbage
CeleryCarrotsBlueberriesCarrots
GrapefruitCeleryCarrotsCauliflower
KaleCollard GreensCantaloupe/ MuskmelonsCelery
LeeksGarlicCeleryCollard Greens
LemonsGreens (cooking)CherriesCranberries
OnionsLettuceCollard GreensGarlic
OrangesMushroomsCornGinger
ParsnipsOnionsCucumbersGrapes
PearsPeasEggplantGreens (cooking)
PineapplePineappleGarlicGreen Beans
PotatoesRadishesGreen BeansKale
PumpkinsRhubarbHoneydew MelonLettuce
RutabagasSpinachKiwifruitMangos
Sweet Potatoes and YamsStrawberriesLima BeansMushrooms
TurnipsSwiss ChardMangosOnions
Winter SquashTurnipsNectarinesParsnips
OkraPeas
PeachesPears
PlumsPineapple
RaspberriesPotatoes
StrawberriesPumpkins
Summer Squash & ZucchiniRadishes
TomatillosRaspberries
TomatoesRutabagas
WatermelonSpinach
Sweet Potatoes and Yams
Swiss Chard
Turnips
Winter Squash

 

If you have fruits and vegetables you would like to add to the list, please share them with us in the comments section below.

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