The Vegetables ClipArt gallery offers 265 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.

The common tomato, lycopersicum esculentum is illustrated beneath. The currant tomato, lycopersicum pimpinellifolium, is illustrated at top. A hybrid is pictured in between.

Tomato and Currant Tomato

The common tomato, lycopersicum esculentum is illustrated beneath. The currant tomato, lycopersicum…

"Tomato, or Love Apple, is a plant of the natural order Solanaceæ. It is one of a genus of several species, all natives of South America, chiefly on the Peruvian side. In the United States and other countries in which the summer is warm and prolonged, it has long been cultivated for the excellent qualities of the fruit as an article of diet. Though belonging to a natural order of plants usually regarded with suspicion on account of the powerfully poisonous properties of many of the species comprised in it, it is now recognized as one of the most important and valuable of vegetables grown for human food."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Tomato Plant

"Tomato, or Love Apple, is a plant of the natural order Solanaceæ. It is one of a genus of several…

A plump beauty tomato.

Beauty tomato

A plump beauty tomato.

A vine of tomatoes grown using a hoop training method.

Hoop Trained Tomato

A vine of tomatoes grown using a hoop training method.

An example of a Livingston's New Globe tomato.

Livingston's New Globe tomato

An example of a Livingston's New Globe tomato.

A variety of tomato.

Lorillard Tomato

A variety of tomato.

Illustrated is an old time garden tomato., lycopersicum esculentum. It has been in cultivation for over three hundred years.

Old Time Garden Tomato

Illustrated is an old time garden tomato., lycopersicum esculentum. It has been in cultivation for over…

"Rawson's Puritan has been grown by us for several years as a leading early variety, and has proved not only to be one of the earliest but one of the most profitable in culture as a market variety."—Rawson, 1892

Rawson's Puritan Tomato

"Rawson's Puritan has been grown by us for several years as a leading early variety, and has proved…

Tree tomato or upright tomato is the common name of lycopersicum esculentum validum. It looks like a potato plant. The leaves are small, condense, and curled.

Tree Tomato

Tree tomato or upright tomato is the common name of lycopersicum esculentum validum. It looks like a…

Trebons onions have large bulbs that taper to the stalk or neck. The flesh is pale and soft.

Trebons Onions

Trebons onions have large bulbs that taper to the stalk or neck. The flesh is pale and soft.

This illustration shows the formation of tubers: A, old potato or tuber with two shoots reaching up into the air and from the base of these shoots, rhizomes have been formed that are developing new tubers. B, mature tuber with spirally arranged buds, the so-called "eyes" of the potato.

Tubers

This illustration shows the formation of tubers: A, old potato or tuber with two shoots reaching up…

The fruit of the turk's cap gourd is pale green with a rounded margin. The center is elevated and marbled white and yellow. The other common name is the turban pumpkin.

Turk's Cap Gourd

The fruit of the turk's cap gourd is pale green with a rounded margin. The center is elevated and marbled…

A bastian turnip beet.

Turnip

A bastian turnip beet.

A biennial plant of the mustard family, which is cultivated for its fleshy globular, edible root.

Turnips

A biennial plant of the mustard family, which is cultivated for its fleshy globular, edible root.

"Rawson's Volunteer is the newest variety offered and is the earliest. In a test made on our trial grounds at Arlington, it was ready for marketing fully eight or ten days in advance of any other. It bears a striking resemblance to the French variety known as the Etampes, also an extremely early sort; the heads are firm and solid, and the leaves grow in very compact form, so that they may be planted very close."—Rawson, 1892

Rawson's Volunteer

"Rawson's Volunteer is the newest variety offered and is the earliest. In a test made on our trial grounds…

The leaves of the beetroot are also edible. The leaves can be a substitute for sea-kale and spinach leaves.

White Leaf Beetroot

The leaves of the beetroot are also edible. The leaves can be a substitute for sea-kale and spinach…

The white Spanish onion has large bulbs that are somewhat flattened. The base is broad and sometimes a little hollow and uneven. The skin is a pale straw color.

White Spanish Onions

The white Spanish onion has large bulbs that are somewhat flattened. The base is broad and sometimes…

"A plant having edible roots much like the sweet potato." -Foster, 1921

Yam

"A plant having edible roots much like the sweet potato." -Foster, 1921

Yam is the common name for some species in the genus Dioscorea (family Dioscoreaceae).These are perennial herbaceous vines cultivated for the consumption of their starchy tubers in Africa, Asia, Latin America and Oceania. There are hundreds of cultivars among the cultivated species. The sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas) has traditionally been referred to as a "yam" in parts of the southern United States and Canada even though it is not part of the Dioscoreaceae family. The vegetable has a rough skin which is difficult to peel, but which softens after heating. The skins vary in color from dark brown to light pink

Yam

Yam is the common name for some species in the genus Dioscorea (family Dioscoreaceae).These are perennial…

A plant that has a starchy root used in cooking.

Yam

A plant that has a starchy root used in cooking.

The Yam is a starchy root cultivated as a food crop in certain areas in Asia and Africa.

Yam

The Yam is a starchy root cultivated as a food crop in certain areas in Asia and Africa.

The fruit and flowers of a female yam plant.

Yam

The fruit and flowers of a female yam plant.

The male flowers of a yam plant.

Yam

The male flowers of a yam plant.

The yellow danvers onion has medium sized bulbs with a small base. The neck is fine and slender. The flesh is very firm.

Yellow Danvers Onion

The yellow danvers onion has medium sized bulbs with a small base. The neck is fine and slender. The…

A traditional yellow onion.

Danvers Thick Yellow

A traditional yellow onion.