Autumn is on its way, and if you’re wondering why avocados are so unseasonably expensive… that is exactly the reason. To help you save money when buying fresh produce, here is the only seasonal guide for fruits and vegetables in South Africa you’ll ever need…

Spring (September, October, November)

Summer (December, January, February)

Autumn (March, April, May)

Winter (June, July, August)
Apples
Apricots
Apples
Apples
Avocados
Apples
Avocados
Avocados
Apricots
Bananas
Bananas
Bananas
Bananas
Berries
Figs
Dates
Cape gooseberries
Cherries
Granadillas
Gooseberries
Cherries
Figs
Grapefruit
Grapefruit
Coconuts
Granadillas
Grapes
Guavas
Dates
Grapes
Gooseberries
Kiwi fruit
Grapefruit
Guavas
Guavas
Kumquats
Guavas
Kiwi fruit
Lemons
Lemons
Kumquats
Lemons
Mangoes
Limes
Kiwi fruit
Litchis
Naartjies
Loquats
Lemons
Mangoes
Oranges
Sweet melon
Limes
Sweet melon
Paw-paws
Naartjies
Melons
Mulberries
Peaches
Oranges
Mulberries
Paw-paws
Pears
Paw-paw
Naartjies
Peaches
Pineapples
Pears
Peaches
Pears
Plums
Pineapples
Oranges
Pineapples
Pomegranates
Tomatoes
Paw-paw
Plums
Quinces
Pears

Pomegranates
Sweet melon
Pineapples
Prickly pears
Tomatoes
Plums
Prunes
Watermelon
Sweet melon
Quinces
Strawberries
Summer berries
Tomatoes
Watermelon
Watermelons

About The Author

Angie Gallagher

Angie Gallagher is a freelance writer in the Upper Karoo. Aside from writing content for Counting Coins, Angie has tried her hand at a few juvenile attempts at poetry filled with storms and stress, and a marginally successful radio station, Radio Grootoor, recorded on cassette tapes when she was ten.

4 Responses

  1. Elida

    Apparently this isn’t a negative factor to have numerous plants from the identical potato.

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