UK Seasonal Fruit & Vegetable Calendar

 
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UK Seasonal Fruit & Vegetable Calendar

Vegetable Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
artichoke J J A S O N
asparagus A M J J
aubergine/eggplant M J J A S O
beetroot J J A S O N D
broad beans J J A S
broccoli A M J J A S O
brussels sprouts J F N D
butternut squash S O N
carrots M J J A S O
cauliflower J F M A D
celeriac J F M O N D
celery J A S O N D
chicory/escarole J F M N D
chillies J A S O N
courgette/zucchini J J A S O
cucumber J A S O
fennel J J A S O
french beans J A S
garlic J A S O
horseradish J S O N D
jerusalem artichoke J F M O N D
kale J F M S O N D
kohlrabi J A S O N D
leeks J F M A A S O N D
lettuce M J J A S O
mangetout J J A S
marrow A S O
new potatoes M J J
onions J J A S O N
pak choi J J A S
parsnips J F M O N D
peas J J A S
peppers A S O
potatoes J F J A S O N D
pumpkin S O N D
radishes A M J J A S O
rhubarb J F M A M J
rocket M J J A S O
runner beans J J A S
salsify J F M N D
samphire A M J J
shallots J F M O N D
sorrel A M J J A S
spinach M A M J
spring onions M A M J J
swedes J F O N D
sweetcorn A S O
turnips J J J A S O N D
watercress A M J J A S O N
wild nettles M A M

 

Fruit Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
apples* J S O N D
apricots J J A
bananas* J F M A M
bilberries J A S O
blackberries J A S O
blood oranges* J F M
blueberries J J A S
cherries* M J J
clementines* J N D
cranberries N D
damsons A S
elderberries O N
elderflower M J
figs* A S O
gooseberries J J A
grapes* S O
greengages J A
kiwi fruit* J F M A M J J A
lemons* J F M
loganberries J A S
medlars O N
melons* J A S O
nectarines* A S
oranges* J F M
passion fruit* J F M N D
peaches* J A S
pears J S O N D
pineapple* J F M D
plums A S O
pomegranate* J F M D
quince O N D
raspberries J J A S
redcurrants J A
satsumas* J N D
strawberries M J J A
tangerines J N D
tomatoes J J A S O
whitecurrants J A

 

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Source: The information reproduced above can be found at www.EatTheSeasons.co.uk 


The seasons relate to UK produce. Foods marked with an asterisk (*) are grown in other parts of Europe as well (as opposed to farther afield) and are easily available in UK markets. 

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