Brown Onion

Brown Onion

Large brown skinned globe shaped onions. White flesh. Can be pungent (hot) or sweet. Sweet varieties have a high sugar content and low pungency. Long lasting: can be kept in a cool dark place (not the fridge) for several weeks.…

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Broccolini

Broccolini

Broccollini is an Australian horticultural development of a cross between broccoli and Japanese kale and is becoming an important export product for Australia. The taste is more intense than an normal broccoli however, is much easier to cook and eat.

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Broccoflower

Broccoflower

Cross between cauliflower and broccoli. Florets are bright green, like broccoli. Florets are packed into a round head, similar to cauliflower. Sweeter flavour than cauliflower or broccoli. Broccoflower is a cool climate crop which grows in sandy soils. Regular irrigation…

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Breadfruit

Breadfruit

Spherical, green fruit. Hard, seedless flesh when not ripe up to 200mm in diameter. Weighs up to 4kg when ripe, flesh is soft, sweet and yellow. Some varieties have seeds. The tree has large, deeply lobed, dark green leaves, which…

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Brazil Nut

Brazil Nut

This is the only species in this family and is native to a wide area of tropical rainforest in South America, including Brazil. Nuts are borne on large trees that grow up to 45m in height. Each large fruit, which…

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Fig

Fig

The common fig tree is well known for its sweet fruit. The fig fruit ranges from a bright green to deep purple exterior, with the inner flesh being a bright red. Figs are thought to have originated in the Middle…

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Silverbeet (Chard)

Silverbeet (Chard)

Silverbeet is a green, leafy vegetable that has stalks that can be white, yellow, or red. It can be eaten raw in salads, but makes for a tasty addition to stir-fries, curries and the like.

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Eggplant (Aubergine)

Eggplant (Aubergine)

The richly coloured Eggplant is botanically considered a fruit that is harvested from a species plant of the nightshade family. It is used across the world in cooking, and is often believed to be a vegetable as this is how…

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Orange

Orange

The orange is a member of the citrus family. The orange is an evergreen, rounded tree with regular branches. It grows some 5-10 metres tall after 25 years. The leaves are dark green and waxy, of medium size and oval-oblong…

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Black Sapote

Black Sapote

Round fruit. 5-12cm in diameter. Dark green when mature. Soft, pulpy, dark chocolate flesh, non-acid, sweet and insipid. On ripening, the smooth, thin skin becomes olive-green and then muddy-green. 1-10 flat, smooth, brown seeds but the fruits-are often seedless. The…

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Boysenberry

Boysenberry

Dusty purple coloured fruit. 35mm long, 20-25mm wide. A cluster of 75-125 duplets held together by a network of fine interlacing hairs. Boysenberries grow on a trailing vine. These vines measure up to 67m in length on a well-established bush.…

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Blood Orange

Blood Orange

Named after the red coloured flesh which contains anthocyanins. Small to medium sized fruit with a thin, smooth or slightly pitted skin that is orange with a slight red blush. Flesh is deep red in colour, but can have orange…

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