More Vegetables

Vegetables can be broadly divided into two main categories namely, Low-country and Up-country vegetables, with over 50 varieties found to be exported around the globe. Of the vegetables commonly produced in the low-elevated region, pumpkin, cucumber, gourds, brinjal, ash plantain, wing bean, sweet potato and long beans, takes precedence amongst the indigenous crops. Whilst in the central highlands mainly in the areas of Nuwera-eliya and Badulla regions, carrots, leeks, cabbage, beetroot, tomato, beans, cauliflower and potato are considered as an exotic group of vegetables with a high cropping intensity, most of which commonly grown all year-round. Sri Lankan vegetables are much relished by the International market for not only their nutritious values and richness in flavour but also for maintaining a long shelf-life.

Amberalla
Ash Plantain
Baby Corn
Banana Blossom
Beans Long
Beans Winged
Beans Green
Bell Pepper -Red
Bell Pepper Green
Bell Pepper Yellow
Bindi
Bitter Gourd
Bok Choy
Bread Fruit
Broccoli
Chinese Cabbage
Red Cabbage
Baby Carrot
Cauliflower
Chillies Green
Chilies Hot
Chillies Red
Rata Kochchi - Green
Corn on the Cob
Cucumber - Green
Cucumber Japanese
Cucumber - Yellow
Curry Leaves
Drumsticks
EggPlant -Pea
Brinjal
EggPlant - Long - Green
EggPlant - Long - Purple
Garlic - Whole
Garlic - Peeled
Ginger Roots
Local Water Grass - (Gotukola)
Green pepper corn
Innala
Kank Kong
Knolkhol
Leeks
Lemon
Lime
Lotus Root
Luffa
Onion
Potatoes
Pumpkin
Radish
Radish - Round