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We love eating seasonally. It’s what Mother Nature intended after all.

Think about it, it’s no coincidence that beautiful vegetables are in their prime just in time to make hearty soups in the cooler months. Or that the sweet fruits blossom in summer just in time to make up super salads and smoothies. Eating in the rhythm of nature essentially means you are eating the best in fresh produce, and being kinder to the environment, and your wallet for that matter.

Get to know what’s in for spring to get the most out of your fruit and vegetables. Head to your local farmers’ market on the weekend to find out what the growers are recommending, or print out this seasonal shopping list as a guide.

Spring brings yummy fruit and vegetables

September October November
What to plant Asparagus
Lemon
Lime
Olive
Orange
Passionfruit
Artichoke
Herbs
Potato’s
Strawberry
Sweet corn
Beans
Cucumber
Pumpkin
Squash
Tomato
Zucchini
What to Harvest Broad beans
Brussels sprouts
Celery
Leek
Mushroom
Bok Choi
Cabbage
Fennel
Garlic
Lemon
Lime
Orange
Artichoke
Beetroot
Carrot
Cherry
Parsnip
Passionfruit
Rhubarb
Swede

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