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In season July: Kale

Kale is a leafy-green vegetable that belongs to the Brassica...

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In season July: Kiwifruit

The kiwifruit was originally called the Chinese gooseberry and it...

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In season June: Cauliflower

Cauliflower, from the Latin word meaning ‘cabbage flower’, is a...

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In season June: Olives

Olives are typically green or black — the colour relates...

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In season May: Beetroot

This root vegetable has an appealing deep-crimson colour, distinctive green...

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In season May: Mandarins

Sweet and easy-to-peel mandarins are the perfect fresh fruit. With distinctive...

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In season April: Quince

The old-fashioned hardy quince is enjoying a revival in the...

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In season April: Capsicums

Capsicums (also known as ‘peppers’) are seed pods that have...

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In season March: Figs

Over 150 varieties of figs are grown worldwide, including brown/purple...

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In season March: Chillies

Chillies are available in stores year-round but home gardeners can...

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In season February: Peaches

Naturally sweet and juicy, fresh peaches are a real summer...

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In season February: Coriander

Coriander is probably one of the most contentious herbs: people...

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In season January: Lettuce

Lettuce is available to purchase year-round but most home gardeners...

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In season January: Melons

Nothing shouts summer like a thick slice of chilled melon! There...

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In season December: Raspberries

This berry is available in a variety of colours around...

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In season November: Globe artichokes

Raw, boiled, grilled, baked or stuffed, the globe artichoke is...

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In season October: Choy sum

Choy sum (or flowering Chinese cabbage) has pale yellow flowers...

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In season October: Garlic

Garlic is a packed with flavour and phytonutrients. A member of...
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