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Texas Seasonal Fruits and Vegetables

What's In Season In Texas?


Cut beets
You'll find an alphabetical listing of Texas fruits and vegetables and their harvest seasons below. Note that Texas is a big state (but you knew that!), so growing seasons and crop availability will vary depending on your corner of the state. You can also look up produce by seasons (spring, summer, fall, winter, year-round).

Looking for more great Texas local foods? See our Guide to Texas Local Foods.

Apples, July through November

Beets, November through February

Blackberrries, May through July

Broccoli, October through May

Cabbage, year-round

Cantaloupes, May through December

Carrots, year-round

Celery, year-round

Cherries, June and July

Chickpeas (garbanzo beans), June and July

Chiles, August and September

Corn, late May into August

Cucumbers, April through December

Fava beans, April through June

Figs, June and July, second crop in fall

Grapefruit, October through April

Grapes, August through October

Greens, year-round

Honeydew, May through January

Mushrooms, year-round

New Potatoes

Okra, late summer and early fall

Onions, March through September

Oranges, October through June

Peaches, June through Sept

Peanuts, September and October

Pears, August through November

Peppers (sweet), year-round

Plums & pluots, May (red and yellow) and July through September

Pomegranates, October through December

Potatoes, March through October

New Potatoes, May and June

Spinach, January through May

Squash (summer), June through Sept

Squash (winter), October through April

Sweet Onions, spring and summer

Sweet potatoes, year-round

Tomatoes, April through October

Turnips, year-round

Watermelons, May through November

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