Since buying seasonal produce is always cheapest, I find it handy to have a list of what’s in season for when I’m making shopping lists and meal plans. If you’re looking for other ways to save on produce you can click over to my article called Saving on Produce 101.

Since I’m not a farmer, there’s a chance I’ve missed some items. Feel free to let me know in the comments below and I’ll update the lists. I’ve broken them down by U.S. region. When you click on your region, it will give you the complete list of fall, winter, spring and summer seasonal produce available.

Northeast | Southeast | Southwest | Midwest |Northwest

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