For each question, pick the best answer to see if you actually know when these fruits and veggies are at peak season. Good luck!
*Answers are based on US commercial growing seasons — so the season in your area might be different.
There are varieties of strawberries that can be grown all year long, but the peak "natural season" runs from April to June.
Learn more about strawberry season here.
Most commercial cherries are grown in either California or Washington, with a peak season running from May through July.
Learn more about cherry season here.
Spinach is an early spring crop with a peak season running from March to June.
Learn more about spinach season here.
Blood oranges are a winter fruit with a peak season ranging from December to May.
Learn more about blood orange season here.
Peas are one of the first things to pop up in spring, so May is peak season.
Learn more about pea season here.
Spring is the prime season for asparagus, with April being the peak.
Learn more about asparagus season here.
Rhubarb is available through mid-spring to early summer, so prime time for buying it would be in May.
Learn more about rhubarb season here.
Although pineapple is available in grocery stores all year long, the commercial peak season runs from March to July.
Learn more about pineapple season here.
Broccoli has a long commercial growing season lasting from October through April.
Learn more about broccoli season here.
Corn is at peak season during summer.
Learn more about corn season here.