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Arizona Produce in Season

In Arizona, we always have something delicious growing!  We’ve compiled a list of what’s growing when in Arizona, to make it easier to plan your shopping list and your meal planning!  To find any of the following produce local to you, please visit www.fillyourplate.org and select the item to bring your local results.

Apples, July through September

Apricots, May through June

Arugula, September through May

Asparagus, March and April

Basil, August through November

Beets, November through May

Black-eyed peas, July through September

Blackberrries, May and early June

Blueberries, June and early July

Bok Choy, October through March

Broccoli, October through March

Broccoli raab, December through March

Brussel sprouts, December through March

Cabbage, January through April

Carrots, October through May

Celeriac/celery root, January through April

Celery, January through April

Chiles, July through September

Clementines, December through March

Corn, June through October

Cucumbers, April through September

Dates, October and November

Figs, June through October

Garlic, February through July

Grapefruit, December through March

Grapes, July and August

Green beans, June through October

Green onion/scallions, October through March

Greens, December through May

Herbs, year-round

Key limes, October and November

Kohlrabi, December through March

Leeks, December through July

Lemons, December through April

Lettuce, October through May

Melons, June through August

Nectarines, May through July

Okra, July through September

Onions, April through July

Oranges, December through March

Parsnips, December through March

Peaches, May through August

Pears, mid-August through September

Peas, April through June

Plums & pluots, June through August

Potatoes, April through October

Pumpkins, August through November

Radishes, October through May

Radishes, July through October

Rutabagas, December through March

Shelling Beans, July through September

Spinach, October through May

Squash (summer), April through September

Squash (winter), August through November

Strawberries, February through April

Sweet Onions, April through June

Sweet Peppers, July through October

Sweet potatoes, December through March

Tangerines, December through March

Tomatoes, May through November

Turnips, October through March

Zucchini, April through September

Zucchini Blossoms, March through September

15 Comments leave one →
  1. keith way permalink
    June 14, 2010 10:56 pm

    i live in ash fork and wish to be contacted about monthy ordering of beef and am a 100 percent dav,amputee ,so were to go close to chino valley prescott ,for food markets like frarmers direct markets,member of farm bureau,and have home and auto ins with them,thank you for any help.928-637-2351

  2. tourcochisecounty permalink
    July 21, 2010 8:11 pm

    Suggestion: Is there a way to put this list in order of months? For example, I’d like to see what’s in season this month. If it were July: apples, black-eyed peas and summer squash (plus whatever else is in season), it’d be easier for me to shop for those foods.

    And, thanks for the list!

    • July 23, 2010 3:14 am

      Sure, thank you for your suggestion!!

      • Kami Weddle permalink
        August 24, 2010 9:24 pm

        Hi Julie –
        I’m a food safety manager with Rousseau Farming Company and I wanted to let you know – we have Carrots in season from December to July and Cabbage from October to May. Just thought people would like to know Arizona can get these locally for longer periods!! I love your site!

      • August 30, 2010 3:32 am

        Thanks Kami for the kudos and the comments!!

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