Fluffy fronds of fresh fennel provide a frilly backdrop to newly sprouted daisies. Spindly shoots of segmented, bamboo-like asparagus hide in weeds among olive groves. Explosions of colourful flowers lure you in while the tough, nettle-like stems tease you away.

If you happen to find yourself in the Mornington Peninsula this spring, take advantage of these short-lived spring foods – our friends at Tully’s will help you. Tully’s is set on many acres, offering a relaxed shopping experience with farm like charm. The produce store is a series of food zones; with fresh fruit and vegetables, continental deli, gourmet grocer, butcher & seafood and other speciality items including flowers & artisan breads. There’s also Apple Espresso, a rustic, bustling Italian inspired café and a drive through stock-feed centre for all of your animal & pet needs. The great thing about Tully’s is that you can combine grocery shopping with your social activity and there’s ample parking. Originally the Tully’s site was an apple orchard however today the business is driven by a family of providores and three generations of history on the Mornington Peninsula. While respecting the history of the site, Tully’s appreciates that supporting & promoting local regional lines – most of which are sourced directly from growers – is integral to the business and the community it serves. The family are also passionate about delivering quality fare and a family friendly experience built on service.




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