Fruit of small size, about 6 to 8 cm long and 2-3 cm wide. Its skin is very fine with colours that oscillate between red and yellow, passing through the orange. It is considered one of the hottest peppers in the world. Varieties: We can find them in two ways: more rounded and finished in tip, or elongated and wrinkled. Seasonality: We can find it throughout the year in our markets.
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.
It is a fruit in the form of berry of 5 to 30 cm in length, of spherical elongated shape, with a smooth and bright skin and colours that go from the purple to the white. Varieties: Varieties of aubergine are classified according to the shape of the fruit. Thus they are the ones of long fruit (Long black, Long dwelling, Violet of Barbentane, Croisette), Round fruit (Violet of New York, Of Almagro) and Fruit Ovoideo (Jaspeada de Gandía, Mission Bell, Black beauty, etc.) Seasonality: The aubergine harvest is limited to the months between October and April, and can be extended from September to May.
Also known as "Roma" tomato, it is a smooth berry, of medium fruit with shape that justifies its name. Hard skin, bright red. Fleshy with few seeds, sweet, tasty and aromatic. Varieties: Among the most commercial varieties that can be presented: Plum Cherry vive Tomato, Plum Cherry vine Kumato, Orange Cherry Plum Tomato, Plum Cherry Red Tomato, Cherry Plum, Guernica Tomato, Plum Tomato, Plum Tomato on the vine. Seasonality: Modern cultivation techniques have made it possible to have fresh tomatoes throughout the year, although they are one of the earliest varieties. In March, specimens can be found.