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A Guide for Seasonal Produce (Infographic)

A Guide for Seasonal Produce (Infographic)

It’s no secret that produce in season tastes best. Though it’s easy to get tomato-nostalgia in the winter, the simple remedy is to embrace what’s in season (or preserve tomatoes to keep through the off months!). Follow the chart below, and you’ll never resort to off-season stand-ins.

The following chart represents produce availability in northern California. Other regions may vary.

The Bountiful Year: A Visual Guide To Seasonal Produce
Infographic by Visual News

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4:33PM PDT on May 6, 2013

Thank you for sharing.

11:45PM PDT on May 2, 2013

I was looking for Green Beans just last week and this explains why I couldn't find them. Thanks!

I tried to make a copy of this and it only printed part of the Fruits section. Any clue how to get the whole thing? Thanks.

6:49AM PDT on Apr 14, 2013

thanks for sharing this info

3:25AM PDT on Apr 5, 2013

Thank you :)

6:48AM PDT on Apr 3, 2013

Thanks. Very useful.

9:21PM PDT on Apr 2, 2013

Doesn't this depend on place?

8:58AM PDT on Apr 2, 2013

thanks, but for what growing zone?

10:39PM PDT on Apr 1, 2013


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8:00PM PDT on Apr 1, 2013

gotta save this it is neat.

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