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 head of Romain lettuce.

Romain lettuce

A head of Romain lettuce.

An illustration of a head of romaine lettuce.

Romaine Lettuce

An illustration of a head of romaine lettuce.

Types of capsicums include chili, long red, long yellow, small red cayenne, round red, and round yellow. Capsicums also include the bird pepper or chili and the bell pepper. The fruits are generally red or yellow when ripe.

Fruit of Long and Round Capsicums

Types of capsicums include chili, long red, long yellow, small red cayenne, round red, and round yellow.…

Aubergine, also known as eggplant, has a blackish-purple skin. The inside of the vegetable is a whitish color. The leaves are blackish violet colored.

Fruiting Branch of Long Aubergine

Aubergine, also known as eggplant, has a blackish-purple skin. The inside of the vegetable is a whitish…

Beetroot is a vegetable usually used in salad. The deeply colored roots are the most desired part of the plant.

Long Yellow Beetroot

Beetroot is a vegetable usually used in salad. The deeply colored roots are the most desired part of…

A native of America, is extensively cultivated from the southern part of Chili to high latitudes in North America. Its northern European limit is perhaps near the isotherm of 65 degrees Fahr.

Maize

A native of America, is extensively cultivated from the southern part of Chili to high latitudes in…

A plant used both as a salad and for manufacturing into table mustard.

Black Seeded Mustard

A plant used both as a salad and for manufacturing into table mustard.

The Naples giant rocca onion has a roundish, large bulb. The flesh is thick and white.

Naples Giant Rocca Onion

The Naples giant rocca onion has a roundish, large bulb. The flesh is thick and white.

The Naples gourd is also known as the African gourd. This is a large gourd, sometimes one and a half feet long. The flesh is perfumed and sugary. The rind is yellow when ripe with orange yellow flesh.

Naples Gourd

The Naples gourd is also known as the African gourd. This is a large gourd, sometimes one and a half…

The nutmeg gourd of Marseilles is a nearly spherical shape. The flesh is very red and has a musk scent.

Nutmeg Gourd of Marseilles

The nutmeg gourd of Marseilles is a nearly spherical shape. The flesh is very red and has a musk scent.

A flowering plant with edible green seed pods.

Okra

A flowering plant with edible green seed pods.

Okra pods vary in length but can grow up to twelve inches. However, they are usually four to six inches long.

Okra

Okra pods vary in length but can grow up to twelve inches. However, they are usually four to six inches…

A culinary plant, and its bulbous root, much used as an article of food.

Onion

A culinary plant, and its bulbous root, much used as an article of food.

Bunch onions grown from seed of the Italian type.

Onion

Bunch onions grown from seed of the Italian type.

An edible bulb, produced by a biennial herb of the lily family. The plant has tubulated leaves, a pithy stalk bearing the seed, and the bulb has a strong odor and taste due to an acrid volatile oil that is destroyed by boiling.

Onion

An edible bulb, produced by a biennial herb of the lily family. The plant has tubulated leaves, a pithy…

This illustration shows the shortened types of stems: A, corm of jack-in-the-pulpit. At left surface view showing lateral buds, roots and sheathing leaf arising from top of shortened stem. At right sectional view with folded leaf, l, in bud at apex stem. B, bulb type of shortened stems. At left bulb of onion showing the ensheathing leaves which are swollen at their bases with food, thus forming the bulb. At right, section of a bulb of hyacinth showing the fleshy leaves attached to the very short stem and in the center of the bulb a flower cluster.

Onion

This illustration shows the shortened types of stems: A, corm of jack-in-the-pulpit. At left surface…

This illustration shows a section of a tunicated bulb of the onion.

Onion

This illustration shows a section of a tunicated bulb of the onion.

Pictured are several forms of onion: (1) flat, (2) long globe, (3) globe, (4) oblong, and (5) oblate.

Forms of Onion

Pictured are several forms of onion: (1) flat, (2) long globe, (3) globe, (4) oblong, and (5) oblate.

Pictured is a multiplier onion and a section of multiplier onion. Multiplier onions contain two or more "hearts" or cores.

Multiplier Onion

Pictured is a multiplier onion and a section of multiplier onion. Multiplier onions contain two or more…

Welsh onion is the common name of <i>allium distulosum</i>. It is a cultivated species.

Welsh Onion

Welsh onion is the common name of allium distulosum. It is a cultivated species.

A dry onion that has a pure white skin and a sweet, mild white flesh.

White Onion

A dry onion that has a pure white skin and a sweet, mild white flesh.

An illustration of a group of onions.

Onions

An illustration of a group of onions.

Pictured are bunches of onions from the early spring sowing.

Bunch Onions

Pictured are bunches of onions from the early spring sowing.

Top onions are also called bulblets. The leading top onions are white and red.

Top Onions

Top onions are also called bulblets. The leading top onions are white and red.

Oxheart cabbage is a variety of white cabbage. Oxheart cabbage is a vegetable.

Oxheart Cabbage

Oxheart cabbage is a variety of white cabbage. Oxheart cabbage is a vegetable.

Biennial herb with long-stemmed heads of purple ray flowers and milky sap and long

Vegetable Oyster

Biennial herb with long-stemmed heads of purple ray flowers and milky sap and long

A plant cultivated as a herb, spice, and a vegetable.

Fine Curled Parsley

A plant cultivated as a herb, spice, and a vegetable.

A student parsnip

Parsnip

A student parsnip

Parsnip roots are eaten as a vegetable. Pictured is a parsnip with a portion of its leaves removed.

Parsnip

Parsnip roots are eaten as a vegetable. Pictured is a parsnip with a portion of its leaves removed.

The Patagonian gourd is large and oblong. The flesh is yellow and the skin is deep green. The skin is frequently ribbed.

Patagonian Gourd

The Patagonian gourd is large and oblong. The flesh is yellow and the skin is deep green. The skin is…

The legume of the pea, open.

Pea

The legume of the pea, open.

"Fruits adapted for dispersal by the shaking action of the wind: pea." -Bergen, 1896

Pea Fruit

"Fruits adapted for dispersal by the shaking action of the wind: pea." -Bergen, 1896

Pea germination: the plumule has developed four or five internodes, bearing single leaves; but the first and second leaves are mere scales, the third begins to serve as foliage; the next more so.

Pea Germination

Pea germination: the plumule has developed four or five internodes, bearing single leaves; but the first…

"Pinnately compound leaf of pea. A tendril takes the place of a terminal leaflet." -Bergen, 1896

Pea Leaf

"Pinnately compound leaf of pea. A tendril takes the place of a terminal leaflet." -Bergen, 1896

"Legume of the edible pea (Pisum sativum). a, anther; c, calyx; st, stigma." -Gager, 1916

Pea Legumes

"Legume of the edible pea (Pisum sativum). a, anther; c, calyx; st, stigma." -Gager, 1916

An illustration of a pea pod.

Pea Pod

An illustration of a pea pod.

An illustration of a pea pod.

Pea Pod

An illustration of a pea pod.

An expanded view of a blossom of pea. V-Vexillum; al-Alae, with Carina in between.

Blossom of Pea

An expanded view of a blossom of pea. V-Vexillum; al-Alae, with Carina in between.

It grows wild around the shores of the Mediterranean and many parts of the East, producing a puffy pod, containing one or generally two nested seeds with two swellings on one side. It is much used in olios Spain, is an important article in French cookery and has been cultivated from a very early period in the warmer regions of the old world.

Chick Pea

It grows wild around the shores of the Mediterranean and many parts of the East, producing a puffy pod,…

Pictured is a garden variety of pea with flowers and pods in different stages of development.

Garden Variety of Pea

Pictured is a garden variety of pea with flowers and pods in different stages of development.

A large pea plant.

Alaska peas

A large pea plant.

A pod of Kennerly's First Early peas.

Kennerly's First Early peas

A pod of Kennerly's First Early peas.

The plant from which the black pepper comes from.

Pepper

The plant from which the black pepper comes from.

A variety of pepper.

Cardinal Pepper

A variety of pepper.

A variety of pepper with a mild fruit and pleasant taste.

Ruby King Pepper

A variety of pepper with a mild fruit and pleasant taste.

The common name of phaseolous multiflorus is runner beans or kidney beans. This plant grows tall and can be planted to cover arches or fences.

Runner or Climbing Kidney Bean

The common name of phaseolous multiflorus is runner beans or kidney beans. This plant grows tall and…

Illustrated is the pod of a legume or bean. The seeds are arranged in rows.

Pod of Legume

Illustrated is the pod of a legume or bean. The seeds are arranged in rows.

The broad bean is also known as the fava bean. The pod is green and has a leathery texture.

Pods of Broad Bean

The broad bean is also known as the fava bean. The pod is green and has a leathery texture.

A potato.

Potato

A potato.

A potato plant.

Potato

A potato plant.

One of the most valuable food-producing plants. It is cultivated extensively in all the sub-tropical and temperate countries.

Potato

One of the most valuable food-producing plants. It is cultivated extensively in all the sub-tropical…

One of the most valuable food-producing plants. It is cultivated extensively in all the sub-tropical and temperate countries.

Potato

One of the most valuable food-producing plants. It is cultivated extensively in all the sub-tropical…

"Part of a potato plant. The dark tuber in the middle is the one from which the plant has grown." -Bergen, 1896

Potato Plant

"Part of a potato plant. The dark tuber in the middle is the one from which the plant has grown." -Bergen,…

This illustration shows a potato plant. The tubers are the thickened ends of the under ground stems.

Potato Plant

This illustration shows a potato plant. The tubers are the thickened ends of the under ground stems.

An illustration of the tubers on underground branches of a potato plant.

Tubers of a Potato Plant

An illustration of the tubers on underground branches of a potato plant.

Illustration of a seed-potato.

seed-potato

Illustration of a seed-potato.

A Spaulding's Rose Potato, grown in Florida.

Spaulding's Rose Potato

A Spaulding's Rose Potato, grown in Florida.

A dicotyledonous plant belonging to the convolvulaceae family, they are starch filled and sweet root vegetables.

Sweet Potatoes

A dicotyledonous plant belonging to the convolvulaceae family, they are starch filled and sweet root…

A pumpkin is a vegetable, most commonly orange in colour when ripe, that grows as a fruit from a trailing vine of the genus Cucurbita.

Pumpkin

A pumpkin is a vegetable, most commonly orange in colour when ripe, that grows as a fruit from a trailing…

"A climbing plant and its fruit, of the genus Cucurbita. The pumpkin is originally from India, but is at present cultivated in most parts of Europe and in America." -Marshall

Pumpkin

"A climbing plant and its fruit, of the genus Cucurbita. The pumpkin is originally from India, but is…