August 22, 2014

Seasonal Fruit and Vegetable Guide Australia

It is important to know what is in season when heading to the fruit and grocers. Knowing what is going to be best eaten in Winter and Spring makes a huge impact on the environment – it can lead to eating more locally grown produce than relying on off season fruit and vegetables being trucked and flown to your area.

Here is our Seasonal Fruit and Vegetable Guide Australia.  Keep it bookmarked and check back when you hit the shops!

SPRING FRUIT
  • banana
  • blood orange
  • cherry
  • cumquat
  • grapefruit
  • honeydew
  • lemon
  • loquat
  • lychee
  • mandarin
  • mango
  • papaya
  • pineapple
  • rhubarb
  • rockmelon
  • seville orange
  • strawberry
  • tangelo
  • valencia orange
  • watermelon
SPRING VEGETABLES
  • artichoke
  • asparagus
  • avocado
  • beans
  • broad beans
  • broccoli
  • cabbage
  • carrot
  • cauliflower
  • cucumber
  • leek
  • lettuce
  • peas
  • potato
  • silverbeet
  • snow peas
  • spinach
  • sugar snap peas
  • sweetcorn
  • tomato
  • zucchini

 

AUTUMN FRUIT
  • apple
  • banana
  • cumquat
  • custard apple
  • fig
  • grapes
  • guava
  • honeydew
  • kiwifruit
  • lemon
  • lime
  • mandarin
  • mango
  • nashi
  • papaya
  • passionfruit
  • peach
  • pear
  • persimmon
  • plum
  • pomegranate
  • quince
  • rhubarb
  • rockmelon
  • orange
AUTUMN VEGETABLES
  • asian greens
  • avocado
  • beetroot
  • borlotti beans
  • broccoli
  • brussels sprouts
  • beans
  • cabbage
  • capsicum
  • carrot
  • cauliflower
  • celery
  • cucumber
  • eggplant
  • fennel
  • leek
  • lettuce
  • onion
  • parsnip
  • peas
  • potato
  • pumpkin
  • silverbeet
  • spinach
  • squash
  • swede
  • sweet potato
  • sweetcorn
  • tomato
  • turnip
  • mushrooms
SUMMER FRUIT
  • apricot
  • banana
  • blackberry
  • blueberry
  • boysenberry
  • cherry
  • currant
  • gooseberry
  • guava
  • honeydew
  • kiwifruit
  • loganberry
  • lychee
  • mango
  • mangosteen
  • mulberry
  • nectarine
  • passionfruit
  • pineapple
  • rambutan
  • raspberry
  • rhubarb
  • rockmelon
  • strawberry
  • tamarillo
  • valencia orange
  • watermelon
SUMMER VEGETABLES
  • asparagus
  • avocado
  • borlotti beans
  • beans
  • capsicum
  • celery
  • cucumber
  • eggplant
  • green beans
  • leek
  • lettuce
  • peas
  • radish
  • snow peas
  • squash
  • sugar snap peas
  • sweetcorn
  • tomato
  • zucchini
  • zucchini flower
WINTER FRUIT
  • apple
  • blood orange
  • cumquat
  • custard apple
  • grapefruit
  • kiwifruit
  • lemon
  • lime
  • mandarin
  • nashi
  • navel orange
  • nuts
  • pear
  • persimmon
  • pineapple
  • quince
  • rhubarb
  • tangelo
WINTER VEGETABLES
  • asian greens
  • avocado
  • beetroot
  • broccoli
  • brussels sprouts
  • cabbage
  • carrot
  • cauliflower
  • celeriac
  • celery
  • fennel
  • horseradish
  • Jerusalem artichoke
  • kale
  • leek
  • okra
  • olives
  • onion
  • parsnip
  • peas
  • potato
  • pumpkin
  • silverbeet
  • spinach
  • swede
  • sweet potato
  • turnip
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Comments

  1. stop talking about this random vegatable stuff

  2. Hi there,

    thanks for that! I was looking for a list of organic groceries in Sydney – can you help?

    Cheers

  3. Fantastic been looking for this kind of guide for ages…so confusing these days.

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  5. Stephen says:

    This list of in-season produce is good, but not at all accessible (in the web sense). It’s completely useless on mobile phones. A mobile/tablet app that updated itself according to time of year would be great — none of the ones currently available are any good for Australia or not very functional.

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