Spring Fruits & Vegetables

In the past I’ve made posts on Autumn and Winter fruits and vegetables and I thought I’d make another post for Spring!Β Below are the most commonly available fruits and vegetables for Spring.

Like my last post, I got all of the following information fromΒ seasonalfoodguide.comΒ and referes to Melbourne and surrounding towns.Β Again, I apologise if you live in a country where this information may not apply.

Yes, in Australia Halloween is in Spring. It sucks.

Fruits

Bananas
All year round

Berries
Spring and Summer
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Grapefruit
All year round

Lemons
Winter and Spring

Limes
Winter and Spring

Mandarins (Imperial)
Autumn, Winter and Spring

Strawberries
Spring, Summer and Autumn

 

Vegetables

Artichokes (Globe)
Spring only

Asparagus
Spring only

Beans
All year round

Beans (Broad)
Winter and Spring

Beetroot
All year round

Broccoli
Winter and Spring

Capsicum (aka Bell Peppers)
Spring, Summer and Autumn

Carrots
All year round

Cauliflower
Autumn, Winter and Spring

Chillies
Spring, Summer and Autumn

Cucumber
Spring, Summer and Autumn
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Leeks
All year round

Lettuce
All year round

Onions
All year round

ParsleyΒ (yes I am aware that parsley is a herb)
All year round

Parsnip
Autumn, Winter and Spring

Peas
Spring, Summer and Autumn
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Potatoes
All year round

Rhubarb
All year round

Silverbeet
All year round

SnowΒ Peas
Winter and Spring

Spinach
Autumn, Winter and Spring

Spring Onion (aka Shallots)
All year round

Squash
Spring, Summer and Autumn

Zucchini
Spring, Summer and Autumn

What are your favourite fruits and vegetables to eat in Spring?

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