Here are some of the best representations of what's in season I have seen.
They need a little tweaking for climate and weather but the circular design seems a lot easier to read than the usual bar chart - and there is more variety on these. If I had a kitchen or cooking school to decorate I would definitely choose the prints from "Chasing Delicious". The nutrition by color pie chart is fun, too.
As for the tweaking - most plums have passed their prime here, but we have been gleaning figs for several weeks. Pears are just beginning, and gravenstein apples are rolling in. Most everything is a few weeks early this year, due to our warm dry spring. Unfortunately I did not push to get things into my garden early, so I still have no ripe tomatoes here in the night-and-morning-fog part of the county. Lots of grey mornings and cool evenings since the protracted heat of late June and early July. But the hedgerow blackberries are plumper than I expected, thanks to the midsummer (John the Baptist) rain storm.
A small grant from Episcopal Community Services in our diocese is funding some more equipment for Sonoma Valley Gleaning, good to meet our increasing opportunities to glean. Word of mouth in the community is a wonderful thing. When my car is not filled with fruit, it is filled with boxes collected from Trader Joe's (wine boxes for firm pomes), Imwalle's, Raley's, even dumpster diving (shallow boxes for the fragile fruit like figs). And a good detective could always tell the last thing I gleaned from the lingering smells in my little red wagon (Subaru).