Vegetable refers to any plant whose fruit , seeds, roots, tubers, bulbs, stems, leaves, or flower parts are used as food, such as the eggplant, tomato, bean, beet, potato, onion, asparagus, spinach, or cauliflower.

The list below Shows the category/classification of Vegetables in English:

Please see also the Pictures below for the Vegetables available or found in the Philippines,  around some wet markets (Palengke) in the country

1.  Brassicas

 Broccoli

Brussels Sprouts

Cabbage

Cauliflower

Chinese Cabbage

Collard Greens

Kale

Kohl Rabi

Swedes

Turnips

2. Bud and Stem Vegetables

Asparagus

Bamboo Shoots

Cardoon

Celery

Fennel

Globe Artichokes

Palm Hearts

Rhubarb

3. Bulb Vegetables

Garlic

Green Onions

Leeks

Onions

Shallots

4. Fruiting Vegetables

Aubergines

Avocados

Cucumbers

Gherkins

Olives

Peppers

Sweetcorn

Squash

Tomatoes

Tomatillos

5. Fungi

Blewit

Cauliflower Fungus

Ceps

Chanterelles

Common Mushrooms (Champignon)

Giant Puffball

Hedgehog Mushrooms

Horn of Plenty

Horse Mushrooms

Morels

Oyster Mushrooms

Parasol Mushrooms

Shaggy Ink Caps

Shiitake Mushrooms

Straw Mushrooms

Truffles

6. Podded Vegetables

Broad Beans

Butter Beans

Garden Peas

French Beans

Mangetout Peas

Marrowfat Peas

Okra

Petit Pois

Runner Beans

Sugar Snaps

Yellow Wax Beans

7.  Root Vegetables

Beetroot

Carrots

Celeriac

Jerusalem Artichokes

Parsnips

Potatoes

Salsify

Swedes

Sweet Potatoes

Turnips

Yams

8. Salad and Leafy Vegetables

Bean Sprouts

Beet Greens

Chinese Cabbage

Chicory

Collard Greens

Escarole

Fiddlehead Fern

Frisée

Kale

Lamb's Lettuce

 Lettuce

Mustard and Cress

 Mustard Greens

 Radicchio

 Radishes

 Rocket

 Spinach

 Swiss Chard

 Watercress

 Wild Greens

Vegetables found/available  in the Philippines
Vegetable/Gulay/Gemuse. That was me enjoying the market Scene in the Philippines.
Vegetables available/found in the Philippines
Vegetable/Gulay/Gemuse
In one of the wet markets or Public Market in the Philippines. Those are the of the available vegetables sold there
Vegetable/Gulay/Gemuse . Puso ng Saging (Banana Heart), Upo (Gourd), String Beans (Sitaw) and Bitter Melon (Ampalaya/Amorgoso)

 


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