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What’s in Season



  • Berries

    Strawberries and blueberries good value. Blackberries still scarce.

  • Mangoes

    KP mangoes eating really well at the moment. R2E2 mangoes have started. Calypso mangoes have also started. KP's always our pick (apart from honey golds) for flavour. They might not always look as pretty as some other varieties but they taste consistently the best.

  • Berries

    Strawberries and blueberries good value. Blackberries still scarce.

  • Citrus

    Lemons are still good value. Last week for Seville oranges. Blood oranges are still good. Late late season Imperial mandarins are still surprisingly good.

  • Pineapples

    Has been a great few months for pineapples! Both tops on and topless pineapple are really great eating. Can taste the tropics even if you can't go there.

  • Passionfruit

     Scarce these fruit flush when there is a full moon so waiting for the next full moon for supply to improve.


  • Local & Direct from the Grower

    Hydro lettuce, Chinese Veg, snow peas, button, flats and swiss mushrooms. Gourmet mushrooms.

  • Great Value & Recommend

    Broccoli, Zucchini, sweet potato including purple and white.

  • Avocado

    Hass good value and eating well still.

  • Asparagus

    Peak season for asparagus. Medium and large bunches available

  • Recommend

    Kale, silverbeet and cavolo nero all make a great salad for these between times to cold for a cold meal but wanting to eat some Spring freshness.

  • Beans and Peas

    Round beans scarce. Borlotti and broad beans available.

  • Potatoes and Pumpkin

    White, purple and orange sweet potato really popular at the moment

  • Tomatoes

    Tomatoes still scarce. Recent weather event in QLD affecting supply.

  • Flowers

    Lots of lovely runuculus around plus mixed freesia bunches. Great time of year for flowers lots of blooms around and great weather for flowers lasting once you get them home (before it gets too hot)

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