Fruits and Vegetables in Season

Czech fruits are usually more strongly preferred by consumersthan foreign fruits. Czech fruit ripens naturally in the sun, in fields, orchards, and greenhouses. Unlike foreign produce imported from giant halls,the fruit ripensfaster, is larger,more vibrant,tastier,fluffier, and above all, is sprayed with various chemicals to withstand travel by plane, ship, and truck. However, there is a problem with Czech crops. They are not available all year round.
zelené papriky
As in winter, root vegetables are the mainstayof Czech spring. In addition to these, kale and cabbage (also from China) can be enjoyed in spring. Among Czech fruits,we can find apples and pearsthat are stored in winter, but the climate that dominates our region in spring does not allow the cultivation of anything else. Therefore, other varieties are more likely to be imported, which is logically reflected in prices. [Summer
Summer and autumn are the most fertile seasons for the Czech Republic . Standard vegetables include broccoli, celery, onions, garlic, beans, peas, etc. Asparagusis only available for a few months of the year, but is worth buying in early summer, especially in May. Other vegetables, such as kale, kohlrabi, cauliflower, and carrots, are available almost all year round. Cucumbers, peppers, tomatoes, and lettuce, however, are seasonal. Czech fruits ripen in late summer, and gooseberries, peaches, strawberries, plums, and cherries are available.
červené hrozny
The summer fruit harvest lasts until autumn, so all of the above vegetables plus only those in season in late autumn are added. These are peaches, melons, currants, apricots, blackberries, plums, cherries, and grapes.

Root vegetables are grown for winter and are ideal for stews and soups,parsley and parsnipsas well as carrotsavailable year-round,kohlrabi, radishes, and beetsto the fullest. Again, with the exception of storedandfruits, not much fruit is available, and you will have to wait until summer for Czech fruits.