The Vegetables ClipArt gallery offers 246 illustrations of edible product of plants that are often cooked, but can be eaten raw. Vegetables are mostly regarded as the plant products that are suitable for savory or salted dishes, rather than sweet dishes, which would use the sweeter fruits. Examples in this gallery include: artichoke, asparagus, beans, beets, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, carrots, cauliflowers, celery, corn, cucumbers, eggplant, kale, leeks, lettuce, onions, parsnip, peas, peppers, potatoes, pumpkins, radishes, rhubarb, turnips, squash, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, turnips, and yams

All illustrations in the ClipArt ETC collection are line drawings. If you are looking for color photographs of vegetables, please visit the ClipPix ETC website.

A species of beet, with a deep blood-red flesh and smooth skin.

Arlington Favorite

A species of beet, with a deep blood-red flesh and smooth skin.

The blossom of the Artichoke plant is edible and cultivated world wide.

Artichoke

The blossom of the Artichoke plant is edible and cultivated world wide.

A perennial thistle with arching green leaves and edible flowers.

Artichoke

A perennial thistle with arching green leaves and edible flowers.

The globe artichoke is grown to use the immature flower-heads. There are both green and purple varieties.

Globe Artichoke

The globe artichoke is grown to use the immature flower-heads. There are both green and purple varieties.

The tuber shaped roots of the jerusalem artichoke are used as a vegetable during the winter. The jerusalem artichoke is native to Brazil.

Jerusalem Artichoke

The tuber shaped roots of the jerusalem artichoke are used as a vegetable during the winter. The jerusalem…

A spring vegetable native to most of Europe, northern Africa, and western Asia.

Bunch of Asparagus

A spring vegetable native to most of Europe, northern Africa, and western Asia.

There are several varieties of asparagus. The most popular varieties are Connover's Colossal and Giant. Asparagus season is in the spring.

Asparagus Crown for Lifting

There are several varieties of asparagus. The most popular varieties are Connover's Colossal and Giant.…

The common name of batatas edulis is the sweet potato. The tubers of the plant are edible.

Batatas Edulis

The common name of batatas edulis is the sweet potato. The tubers of the plant are edible.

An illustration of a group of green beans.

Green Beans

An illustration of a group of green beans.

A Hodson Wax Bean plant, well-suited to Florida. It is nearly immune to rust and is a very heavy bearer.

Hodson Wax Beans

A Hodson Wax Bean plant, well-suited to Florida. It is nearly immune to rust and is a very heavy bearer.

"Common Beet. Beet, a genus of plants, nat. order Chenopodiaceae, distinguished by its fruit being enclosed in a tough woody or spongy five-lobed enlarged calyx." -Vaughan, 1906

Common Beet

"Common Beet. Beet, a genus of plants, nat. order Chenopodiaceae, distinguished by its fruit being enclosed…

A basket filled with several large beets.

Beets

A basket filled with several large beets.

A variety of radish with a red skin and white splash at the root end. It is typically slightly milder than other summer varieties, but is among the quickest to turn pithy.

French Breakfast

A variety of radish with a red skin and white splash at the root end. It is typically slightly milder…

Broad bean, or fava bean, seeds are a round or oval shape. There are three to eight seeds per pod. The seed is edible and is frequently used in cooking.

Broad Bean Seed

Broad bean, or fava bean, seeds are a round or oval shape. There are three to eight seeds per pod. The…

"Broccoli (leaves and flowers both used)." -Gager, 1916

Broccoli

"Broccoli (leaves and flowers both used)." -Gager, 1916

Broccoli is a cultivated variety of cabbage. The fleshy head is edible. Broccoli is in season November until May.

Broccoli

Broccoli is a cultivated variety of cabbage. The fleshy head is edible. Broccoli is in season November…

A good plant of Brussells Sprouts

Brussels Sprouts

A good plant of Brussells Sprouts

"Brussels sprouts (lateral buds used)." -Gager, 1916

Brussels Sprouts

"Brussels sprouts (lateral buds used)." -Gager, 1916

Brussels sprouts are a cultivated variety of cabbage. The heads grow close together on the stem.

Brussels Sprouts

Brussels sprouts are a cultivated variety of cabbage. The heads grow close together on the stem.

Cabbage is for culinary purposes and feeding cattle.

Cabbage

Cabbage is for culinary purposes and feeding cattle.

A genus of plants of different varieties, common as a garden vegetable.

Cabbage

A genus of plants of different varieties, common as a garden vegetable.

Head of cabbage.

Cabbage

Head of cabbage.

An illustration of a head of cabbage.

Cabbage

An illustration of a head of cabbage.

Illustrated is a section of cabbage head. It shows the thickened rachis and leaf stalks. It also shows the buds in the axils.

Section of Cabbage Head

Illustrated is a section of cabbage head. It shows the thickened rachis and leaf stalks. It also shows…

Illustrated are various shapes of cabbage. These shapes include flat, round or ball, egg shaped, oval, and conical.

Cabbage Shapes

Illustrated are various shapes of cabbage. These shapes include flat, round or ball, egg shaped, oval,…

A Charleston Wakefield cabbage, a pointed head cabbage popular among Florida growers.

Charleston Wakefield cabbage

A Charleston Wakefield cabbage, a pointed head cabbage popular among Florida growers.

"Common cabbage (a highly developed terminal bud)." -Gager, 1916

Common Cabbage

"Common cabbage (a highly developed terminal bud)." -Gager, 1916

Illustrated is Jersey Wakefield Cabbage, a conical form.

Conical Form of Cabbage

Illustrated is Jersey Wakefield Cabbage, a conical form.

Illustrated is a modern cabbage plant in head. It is early flat Dutch cabbage.

Early Flat Dutch Cabbage

Illustrated is a modern cabbage plant in head. It is early flat Dutch cabbage.

Illustrated is a round headed type of cabbage.

Round Headed Cabbage

Illustrated is a round headed type of cabbage.

Illustrated is a head of savoy cabbage.

Savoy Cabbage

Illustrated is a head of savoy cabbage.

"Wild cliff-cabbage, hypothetical ancestor of the numerous modern horticultural forms." -Gager, 1916

Wild Cliff-Cabbage

"Wild cliff-cabbage, hypothetical ancestor of the numerous modern horticultural forms." -Gager, 1916

A half-long carrot

Carrot

A half-long carrot

An illustration of a carrot.

Carrot

An illustration of a carrot.

An heirloom variety that does not taper at the tip.

Early Horn Carrot

An heirloom variety that does not taper at the tip.

Illustrated are garden carrots of the shorthorn type.

Garden Carrot

Illustrated are garden carrots of the shorthorn type.

"The Improved Long Orange is the standard stock carrot. The roots are large and long, and are of good quality for feeding."—Rawson, 1892

Improved Long Orange Carrot

"The Improved Long Orange is the standard stock carrot. The roots are large and long, and are of good…

A bushel of carrots.

Carrots

A bushel of carrots.

A bunch of carrots.

Carrots

A bunch of carrots.

"Cauliflower (flower-buds used)." -Gager, 1916

Cauliflower

"Cauliflower (flower-buds used)." -Gager, 1916

Illustrated are three types of cauliflower heads: (a) ricy, (b) leafy, and (c) perfect.

Cauliflower Heads

Illustrated are three types of cauliflower heads: (a) ricy, (b) leafy, and (c) perfect.

Celeriac and its roots

Celeriac

Celeriac and its roots

A kind of celery grown for its large and bulbous hypocotyl.

Celeriac

A kind of celery grown for its large and bulbous hypocotyl.

Pictured is celeriac trimmed for market. Also pictured is an untrimmed celeriac root on a smaller scale. Celeriac is an offshoot of the celery species with an edible root instead of edible leaves.

Celeriac

Pictured is celeriac trimmed for market. Also pictured is an untrimmed celeriac root on a smaller scale.…

Celery is a species of parsley. Celery is a vegetable and grown in gardens for salads.

Celery

Celery is a species of parsley. Celery is a vegetable and grown in gardens for salads.

Illustrated is a good celery plant in the general market. It is a less spreading, lighter plant.

Celery

Illustrated is a good celery plant in the general market. It is a less spreading, lighter plant.

Illustrated is a celery plant trimmed for market. The roots are trimmed into tapering cubes.

Celery Plant

Illustrated is a celery plant trimmed for market. The roots are trimmed into tapering cubes.

Illustrated is blanching celery by wrapping it in paper.

Blanching Celery

Illustrated is blanching celery by wrapping it in paper.

The Boston ideal celery has a much branched base.

Boston Ideal Celery

The Boston ideal celery has a much branched base.

Swiss chard

Chard

Swiss chard

Chard, Swiss chard, and sea kale beet are some of the common names of beta vulgaris. The leafstalk and midrib are very broad and thick.

Chard

Chard, Swiss chard, and sea kale beet are some of the common names of beta vulgaris. The leafstalk and…

Chive is an herb and part of the onion family. Chive is the common name of <i>allium schoenoprasum</i>.

Chive

Chive is an herb and part of the onion family. Chive is the common name of allium schoenoprasum.

A species of peas that profusely covered with pods. The pods have one of the sweetest flavors of the varieties.

Rawson's Clipper

A species of peas that profusely covered with pods. The pods have one of the sweetest flavors of the…

Collards are a kind of kale. Collards are usually scientifically referred to as brassica oleracea acephala. Illustrated is a Georgia collard.

Collards

Collards are a kind of kale. Collards are usually scientifically referred to as brassica oleracea acephala.…

Indian corn

Corn

Indian corn

Maize or Indian corn.

Corn

Maize or Indian corn.

Ears of corn.

Corn

Ears of corn.

Illustrated are kernels of corn on the cob. Behind is sweet corn. Pop corn is in the front.

Corn on the Cob

Illustrated are kernels of corn on the cob. Behind is sweet corn. Pop corn is in the front.

Several ears of Country Gentleman Sweet Corn.

Country Gentleman Sweet Corn

Several ears of Country Gentleman Sweet Corn.

A good ear of dent corn.

Dent corn

A good ear of dent corn.