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Waimea Trading sources unique fresh produce from across the globe.

We also have access to a range of Australian vegetables which are not listed below, these include:

  • Heirloom Carrots/ Golf Ball Carrots/ Baby Purple Carrots/ Dutch Carrots
  • Baby Romanescu/ Large Romanescu
  • Micro Radish's (French Breakfast, Cherry Bell & White)
  • Coloured Cauliflower (Purple, Green, White)
  • Target Beetroot

As we order most of our fresh produce on demand, please let us know if you would like any of our produce. 

Australian Fresh Native Finger Limes

FingerlimesThe Australian Native Finger lime is easily the most fashionable and exciting citrus product currently available in the market, they are an exquisite fruit grown in the rainforests of Australia; they are also known as citrus caviar because of the fish roe like fruit pearls inside the finger lime.

The most important qualities of finger limes are taste, appearance of the pulp and texture of the skin. Finger limes are an excellent source of vitamin c and they are a great substitute for lemons and traditional non native limes.

Finger limes are commonly used in drinks, or with seafood, chicken and meat dishes. The trees generally fruit from December through to June, depending on weather conditions.

Availability and price of Native Finger Limes is subject to its seasonality, please contact Waimea Trading for more information.

Minimum order is 1kg

Wild Bear Garlic

wild bear garlic

Bear Garlic (also known as Ramsons or Wild Garlic) is a wild relative of Chives. Wild Bear Garlic has the same properties as garlic, but its medical potency is much greater.

Milder than garlic these leaves make a lovely addition to salads or chopped finely over soup, meat dishes, omlettes and sauces. The leaves melt down in volume when cooked, this results in a very mild flavour. Wild Bear Garlic is native to Western and Central Europe, the season is very short.

Availability and price of Wild Bear Garlic  is subject to its seasonality.

Australian Wakame


Wakame is a Japanese sea vegetable, or edible seaweed with a mild, subtly sweet flavour and chewy texture. Some say it has a slight spinach flavour. The seaweed is leafy and is deep green in colour.

Our Wakame is freshly harvested in Tasmania.

Tasmanian Fresh Black Salsify

salisyBlack Salsify, also known as schorzonera, originates from Catalan ‘escorzo’ meaning viper, as the plant was used in ancient times to treat snakebites. Black Salsify is black on the outside with a soft, pristine white flesh in the centre; it is a long and tapered root vegetable. Salsify is hard to peel but worth it when you get to the flesh, since the root sap is an extremely sticky latex, it is often more convenient to peel it after boiling the root for 20 to 25 minutes.   The flesh has a slightly sweet, earthy taste and a wonderful, almost creamy texture reminiscent of young asparagus.

The thick black skin of the salsify root is usually considered inedible and can be removed either prior to or after boiling. If the skin is removed prior to boiling, the peeled root should be immediately immersed in water mixed with vinegar or lemon juice, in order to prevent discolouring. Black salsify is popular served like asparagus in a white sauce, such as bechamel sauce or mustard sauce. Boiled salsify roots may also be coated with batter and deep fried

Salsify is a unique vegetable to find in your local restaurant, or at your local fruit and veg shop, this is unfortunate as salsify has a wonderful flavour and texture which can enhance any meal. Salsify is very popular in France and Italy where it is used as an accompaniment to meats, in soufflés and is a very popular snack in Belgium.

n. Since the root sap is an extremely sticky latex, it is often more convenient to peel it after boiling the root for 20 to 25 minutes.

Australian Edible Flowers

rocket flowersEdible Flowers are flowers which can be eaten. They are a fantastic garnish for dishes to add a touch of elegance.

Waimea Trading can provide the following varieties of edible flowers:


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