This seasonal chart is a guide only and will vary according to climate and location within South Africa.
Vegetables: artichoke (globe), asparagus, beetroot, butternut, baby corn, brinjal, cabbage, carrots, celery, chillies, chives, courgettes or baby marrow, cucumber, endive [limited supply], garlic, green beans, kohlrabi, large variety of lettuce, mange tout, marog, mealies, mushrooms, okra, onions, parsley, potatoes, pumpkin, radishes, radicchio, rhubarb, spinach, spring onions, sweet peppers, sweet potatoes, Swiss chard, squash, turnips
Fruit: apricots, apples like golden delicious, top red, starking, golden delicious (towards end of summer), bananas, berries like blue berries, strawberries, black berries & raspberries, cherries (1 to 2 weeks only), elderberries, figs, grapes, granadillas, guava, kiwi fruit, lemons, litchis, mangoes, melons like honeydew & pepino, nectarines, paw paws, peaches, pears, pineapples, plums, pomegranates, prickly pears, quince, spanspek, tree tomatoes, watermelons
Herbs: basil, bay leaves, borage, dill, fennel, lemon grass, marjoram, mint, oreganum, rocket, rosemary, sage, thyme, winter summer savoury
Fish: Cape salmon or geelbek, elf or shad, haarders, hake or stockfish, hottentot (bream) kabeljou, kingklip, monkfish, musselcracker, red roman, red steenbras, skate, snoek, sole, trout, stumpnose, tunny, yellowtail.
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