In North America, Spring has arrived for most people. Despite expecting more snow later this week, dandelions are popping up and the crab apple trees are putting out leaves. It’s a great time to start planting some edible plants, but even if you don’t do any gardening it’s good to know when different foods are in season.
Buying fruits and vegetables in season is good for everyone, they’re fresher for you (and probably cheaper), it’s better for the environment since less fuel is needed for transportation, and it’s good for your local farmers who grow the crops. This handy little infographic is a great tool for figuring out when to buy which vegetables, and can help you plan your trips to the market over the next few months. (Click to view full size.)