South Africa's mild climate produces a variety of fruits and vegetables. Potatoes, cabbage, corn ("mealies"), sunflower, peppers, and green beans are commonly grown. The abundance of rain in the northern tip of the country allows tropical fruits to grow, including bananas, pineapples, and mangoes.L. var acephala (leaf cabbage) commonly known as „Chomoullier‟ and . Brassica napus. L. (leaf „rape‟) are traditional leafy vegetables widely grown in Kenya (East Africa) and Zimbabwe (southern Africa). Urtica urens. on the other hand, is a wild leafy vegetable consumed in rural communities of South Africa.
In the UK and South Africa, the term pak choi is used. Less commonly, the descriptive English names Chinese chard, Chinese mustard, celery mustard, and spoon cabbage are also employed. In Australia, the New South Wales Department of Primary Industries has redefined many transcribed names to refer to specific cultivars Seeds for Africa offer the most diverse online range of Indigenous and Exotic plant seeds in South Africa as well as a large range of growing aids .
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