Medium size berry with rounded shape, inserted in a vine that is allowed to mature in the branch of the tomato. Thin living red skin very attractive. Good taste and texture, bittersweet, refreshing and aromatic. Varieties: The tomato on the vine is not strictly a variety but a way of presentation that retains its qualities better. Among the commercial varieties that can be presented on the vine: Yellow Tomato vine, Yellow Cherry Tomato vine, Plum Cherry Tomato vine, Cherry Tomato vine, Orange Tomato vine, Plum Vine Tomato. Seasonality: Modern techniques of cultivation and experimentation with mixture of varieties, have made it possible to have fresh tomatoes throughout the year, although it is from June to October that we find the best quality.
Also known as Batata, chaco or sweet potato. Brownish on the outside and yellowish or white on the inside, about twelve centimetres long, five in diameter; Has some resemblance to the potato, although it is more irregularly shaped, elongated and pointed at the ends and its taste is surprisingly very sweet. Varieties: There are many varieties depending on the colour of the skin and the meat. So we can find the following: Californian, red meat, Jasper, red meat, Violet, smooth skin violet and pink meat, Georgia, orange flesh, Rosa de Malaga, Amarilla de Malaga, Lisa de Tucumán, etc. Seasonality: Normally harvested during the months of October and November
It has numerous fleshy floral heads of green colour, arranged in the form of a tree, on branches that are born of a thick edible stem. Varieties: The best known varieties of broccoli are Calabrese, the Romanesco, more similar to cauliflower and Verona. Seasonality: The ideal months to consume it are between September and June.
The artichoke reaches from 1.4 to 2 meters in height. It comes back from the stalk every year, after winter, if the cold did not freeze it. It throws a rosette of whole leaves and deep segmented although less divided than those of the thistle and with few or no thorns. Varieties: In Spain is obtained mainly the White of Tudela, Callosinas, Madrileñas, and the variety Monquelina although this last one is practically disappeared. Seasonality: Between October and April is usually harvested.