After about 10 threads reading up on the different fruits in season in south Florida-- I'm getting the picture that most good local fruit is only in season locally during the fall.
Yet according to this chart from this website:
It shows almost all of the fruit being almost year-round?
I know chowhounders would know best on this one-- and as I am new to both Florida and Farmer's markets or any of this stuff (my family only shopped at supermarket chains, this is all completely alien)-- would really appreciate if anyone could clear this up or just post a link to a better website for me regarding fruit seasons. I can't stand dealing with finnicky supermarket chain fruit anymore.
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