It’s practically tropical summer almost all year round here on our sunny island, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the diverse variety of seasonal fruits from all around the world! Experience the freshest fruits at any time with these curated selections of fruits harvested according to their seasons:
Spring marks a new beginning! Welcome the floral season and admire the beauty of flowers in bloom. The pleasant weather makes everything even better. Go for a cycle, fly a kite or simply have a picnic at the park while enjoying the spring breeze.
Spring Seasonal Fruits:
Make your own jams with these seasonal fruits or enjoy them fresh on their own. You can also freeze and blend them into fruit sorbets for a creative take.
Basically our usual day-to-day with bright, sunny skies and daily adventures under the sun. Summer is the season of excitement. Enjoy some poolside fun to beat the heat or take a rest under the cooling shade of palm trees, with a sip of your favourite iced teas.
Tropical Fruits for the Summer:
- Cherry Tomato
Throw them into a fruit bowl for a dynamic burst of tropical flavours! These fruits are also great ingredients for a simple yet refreshing mixed fruit yogurt or fruit salad.
Crisp, cool air and falling maple leaves probably mark the autumn we all imagine. This auburn season is a time for poetry or a sentimental walk under the autumn trees. Pack your bags for an impromptu camping trip, climb a hill or photograph the scenery. Sit outside to read your book with a bottle of apple cider or a cup of pumpkin latte for company.
Seasonal Fruits harvested in Fall:
- Melon (Rock Melon / Honey Dew)
Gather these fruits for an autumn-themed fruit platter and enjoy their coolness with each crunchy or juicy bite! You can also have them together with warm pancakes drizzled with maple syrup and a dash of fresh cream.
Imagine that outside, it’s snowing over a blanket of white. And inside, the fireplace continues with its rhythmic crackle. Surrounded by cozy pillows, you’re all snuggled up in bed with a comforting cup of hot cocoa. Sounds like winter from a familiar movie? Winter is an ice cold season, but not without Disney legends in musicals and the merry jingle of Christmas. It’s also a wonderful time to make some s’mores!
Winter Fruits for Wintertime:
Preheat your ovens for a zesty fruit tart or bake your fruits in pastry for a warm, soothing fruit pie! Challenge yourself to avocado brownies, grapefruit salads and some citrus recipes to complete your roast turkey and winter feast.
Among these fruits, there are also some that are harvested all throughout the year. These are classic options to fall back on when your favourite fruits are not in season.