State of Illinois
Department of Human Services

Buying fruits and vegetables in season gives more flavor and saves money.

Crop June July Aug. Sept. Oct.
Apples X X X X X
Artichokes X X
Asparagus X
Beans X X X
Bell Peppers X X X X
Berries X X X X
Cabbage X X X X
Carrots X X X X X
Cauliflower X X X
Cherries X X
Corn X X X X
Cucumber X X X
Eggplant X X X X X
Garlic X X X X X
Grapes X X X X
Herbs X X X
Horseradish X X X X X
Leeks X X X
Lettuce X X X X
Melons X X X X
Nectarines X X X X
Okra X X X X X
Onions X X X X X
Peaches X X X X
Peas X X X X X
Plums X X X X X
Potatoes X X X X X
Potatoes (Sweet) X X X
Pumpkin X X X
Radishes X X X X X
Rhubarb X X X X X
Spinach X X X
Squash X X X X X
Strawberries X
Turnips X X X X X
Tomatoes X X X X X

Availability of fruits and vegetables may vary by location.

USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.


Programs, activities and employment opportunities in the Illinois Department of Human Services are open and accessible to any individual or group without regard to age, sex, race, sexual orientation, disability, ethnic origin or religion. The department is an equal opportunity employer and practices affirmative action and reasonable accommodation programs.

DHS 4726 (R-03-15) What's In Season  Printed by the Authority of the State of Illinois.  16,200 copies P.O.#15-1490