Season Riddles - Riddles about Seasons

Funny seasons riddles from the original Riddles website. These are the best seasons riddles, jokes, and brain teasers for kids and adults. Entertain your classmates or share with your family.

1. Riddle: What do you call a snowman in the summer?
Answer: Puddle.

Riddle: What do you call a snowman in the summer?  Answer: Puddle.

2. Riddle: What is in seasons, seconds, centuries, and minutes but not in decades, years or days?
Answer: The letter ‘n’

3. Riddle: In spring I am gay in handsome array; in summer more clothing I wear; when colder it grows I fling off my clothes; and in winter quite naked appear. What am I?
Answer: A Tree.

4. Riddle: What shoes do frogs wear in the summer?
Answer: Open toad shoes.

Riddle: What shoes do frogs wear in the summer? Answer: Open toad shoes.

5. Riddle: What is whiter than the first snow, redder than the blood of the righteous, greener than the spring grass, bluer than a cloudless sky?
Answer: Light. These objects have different colors. But they differ from the standard, which is contained in the light spectrum.

6. Riddle: An abundance in arms, but lacking in legs. A tall skinny body, but missing a head. I change with the seasons, it's winter I dread. What am I?
Answer: A Tree.

7. Riddle: A woman went to Virginia to get a job. She promised her mother she would come back and visit sometime. Then, in the middle of winter, her mother shouted, "April is here!". How is this possible?
Answer: The woman's name is April.

8. Riddle: Walk on the living, they don't even mumble. Walk on the dead, they mutter and grumble. What are they?
Answer: Fallen leaves.

9. Riddle: What lives in winter, dies in summer, and grows with its roots upward?
Answer: An icicle.

10. Riddle: In what year did Christmas Day and New Year's Day fall in the same year?
Answer: It happens every year.

11. Riddle: Upside-down or on its side, this merry-go-round Is quite a ride. In the summer heat, It is quite a treat with blades so dull, that they will not slice. It spins too fast, for your sight. What is this ride?
Answer: A motorized fan.

12. Riddle: You are falling out of a window. What season is it?
Answer: Fall.

13. Riddle: David's birthday is in December, but it is never in the winter. Why?
Answer: He lives in Australia (or any other country that has December in summer)

14. Riddle: A man is in a room and the door is locked so he can't get out. He has with him a piano, a calendar, and a bed. How does he eat, drink, and get out?
Answer: He uses the dates from the calendar to eat, the springs from the bed to drink and the keys from the piano to get out.

15. Riddle: Why is snow like a maple tree?
Answer: Because it leaves in the early spring.

16. Riddle: I am spring-bloomed petals birthed from Turkish gardens. I am a creature not bound by land or sea I am the champion of human rights. What am I?
Answer: Two lips (tulips). Explanation: Tulips were first cultivated by the Turks as early as 1000AD. The botanical name for tulips, Tulipa, is derived from the Turkish word "tulbend" or "turban", which the flower resembles. It's considered the King of Bulbs. Two lips are part of a person who is not bound by land or sea. People use their lips to speak and protect human rights.

17. Riddle: What happens only in the middle of each month, in all of the seasons, except summer, and happens only in the night, never in the day?
Answer: The letter 'N.'

18. Riddle: Of all vegetables, only two can live to produce on their own for several growing seasons. All other vegetables must be replanted every year. What are the only two perennial vegetables?
Answer: Asparagus and rhubarb.

19. Riddle: I am a stop sign, what you see in blood, a rose, and, of course, an Autumn leaf. What am I?
Answer: The color red.

20. Riddle: Whiling away the hours of flowers, Walking through fields of gold. Preening and pruning in lights fading hours, For petals to freeze in the cold. What is it?
Answer: "The Four Seasons" - Reasoning: This riddle takes the perspective of plant life during these times of the year, where each line represents one of the four seasons of the year; Spring, Summer, Autumn, and Winter. Spring - where flowers are blooming - Summer - where fields of farm crop mature and turn golden in color, before being harvested - Autumn - where the trees shed their leaves and days grow shorter - and Winter - where the cold leaves frost and freezes plants.

21. Riddle: The fire shows - my kin, born. The fire grows - my kin, adorn. The fire slows - my kin, deform. The fire goes - my kin, mourn.
Answer: Fruit-bearing tree through the four seasons.

22. Riddle: Why are trees in winter like troublesome visitors?
Answer: Because it's a long time before they leave.

23. Riddle: What is another name for the season of fall?
Answer: Autumn.

24. Riddle: How far is it from March to June?
Answer: A single spring.

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