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All common species of commerce are somewhat hardy:. Tropical fruits grow on plants of all habitats. The only characteristic that they share is an intolerance of frost.
Fruits native to Latin America or of Latin American origin. Plants are of South American origin, except as noted. Many of the fruits below are still eaten locally as they have been for centuries and others are generating renewed interest by eco-friendly gardeners less need for bug control and chefs of the region alike.
The family Rosaceae dominates the temperate fruits, both in numbers and in importance. The pome fruits, stone fruits and brambles are fruits of plants in Rosaceae.
The stone fruits, drupes of genus Prunus:. Other berries not in Rosaceae or Ericaceae:. Several cacti yield edible fruits, which are important traditional foods for some Native American peoples:.
Only Angiosperms have fruit, a structure that surrounds the seed. Gymnosperms have naked seeds, but some of them have reproductive structures that resemble fruit.
Podocarps are conifers in the family Podocarpaceae , The seed cones are highly modified and, in some, the seed is surrounded by fleshy scale tissue, resembling a drupe.
These berry-like cone scales are eaten by birds which then disperse the seeds in their droppings and the cones can be eaten in many species.
Podocarps are either half-hardy or frost tender, depending on species. Most gourds and many melons are regarded as culinary vegetables.
The following are generally regarded as fruits:. The accessory fruits , seed organs which are not botanically berries at all:.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. North American species e. Bignay Antidesma bunius ; Euphorbiaceae Bilberry or whortleberry Vaccinium spp.
Bilimbi Averrhoa bilimbi ; Oxalidaceae Also called cucumber tree or tree sorrel Biriba Rollinia deliciosa ; Annonaceae Bitter melon , the flesh of which is bitter, and used as a culinary vegetable, but with a sweet coating around the mature seeds Black apple Planchonella australis ; Sapotaceae Black cherry Prunus serotina ; Rosaceae Blackcurrant "Ribes nigrum" Black raspberry Rubus occidentalis or Rubus leucodermis ; Rosaceae Black mulberry Morus nigra ; Moraceae Black sapote Diospyros digyna Black walnut Juglans nigra ; Juglandaceae Blackberry , of which there are many species and hybrids, such as dewberry , boysenberry , olallieberry , and tayberry genus Rubus Blood orange Blue tongue Melastoma affine ; Melastomataceae Blueberry Vaccinium, sect.
Dabai Canarium odontophyllum ; Burseraceae Damson plum Prunus domestica subsp. Eastern may hawthorn Crataegus aestivalis ; Rosaceae , better known as mayhaw.
Huito Genipa americana ; Rubiaceae ; also called jagua , genipap , jenipapo. Kumquat, meiwa, see meiwa kumquat Kumquat, nagami, see nagami kumquat Kundong Garcinia sp.
Nance Byrsonima crassifolia ; Malpighiaceae Nannyberry or sheepberry Viburnum spp. Pupunha Bactris gasipaes ; Arecaceae ; also known as peach plum or pewa Purple apple-berry Billardiera longiflora ; Pittosporaceae Purple granadilla Passiflora edulis f edulis ; Passifloraceae Purple guava Psidium rufum ; Myrtaceae Purple mombin Spondias purpurea ; Anacardiaceae.
Ugni Ugni molinae ; Myrtaceae. Wampee Clausena lansium ; Rutaceae Wani Mangifera caesia ; Mangifera Water apple Syzygium aqueum ; Myrtaceae Watermelon Citrullus lanatus Wax apple "Syzygium samarangense Wax gourd , or winter melon Benincasa hispida , eaten as a culinary vegetable when mature, but sweet when young Wax jambu Syzygium samarangense ; Myrtaceae West Indian cherry, see acerola White aspen Acronychia oblongifolia ; Rutaceae White mulberry Morus alba White sapote Casimiroa edulis ; Rutaceae Whortleberry, see bilberry Wild grape Ampelocissus acetosa Wild orange Capparis mitchellii ; Capparaceae Wild peach Terminalia carpentariae Wild plum munydjudj Buchanania obovata Wild plum Santalum lanceolatum Wild mangosteen Garcinia indica Wineberry Rubus phoenicolasius Wolfberry Lycium barbarum , Lycium spp.
Yangmei Myrica rubra ; Myricaceae , also called yumberry, yamamomo, Chinese bayberry, Japanese bayberry, red bayberry, or Chinese strawberry tree Yantok , or rattan fruit Calamus manillensis Yellow granadilla Passiflora edulis f flavicarpa ; Passifloraceae Yellow mombin Spondias mombin ; Anacardiaceae Yellow plum Ximenia americana ; Olacaceae Youngberry.
Zig zag vine Melodurum leichhardtii ; Annonaceae Ziziphus, see jujube Zwetschge Prunus domestica subsp. The named reference honeysuckle was invoked but never defined see the help page.
Blackberry , including dewberry , boysenberry , olallieberry , and tayberry Cloudberry Loganberry Raspberry species Salmonberry Thimbleberry Wineberry.
Blood orange Citron Clementine Grapefruit Kumquat Lemon Lime , including Key , Persian and kaffir lime Mandarin Naartjie Orange spicy or bitter Pomelo Sweet lemon Kabosu Oroblanco Tangerine Hybrids of the preceding species, such as the orangelo , tangelo , rangpur , ortanique , lemonade fruit , and ugli fruit.
The mangosteen tree is an evergreen tree believed to have originated in the Moluccas Indonesia and the Sunda Islands. The fruits from the mangosteen tree are dark-red or purple, with white flesh that is deliciously sweet and juicy.
The mangosteen fruit is a real treat, high in fiber and low in calories. With the looks of miniature, oval shaped oranges, kumquats or cumquat is a delicious winter citrus fruit.
Kumquats are very similar to oranges in nutritional profile and the way they look, but much smaller. The kumquat fruit is rich in dietary fiber and loaded with a great variety of minerals and vitamins, such as vitamin C unsurprisingly , magnesium, calcium and potassium.
Rambutan is native to tropical Southeast Asia in particular the Malay-Indonesian region , and is very closely related to the lychee.
The tender fruit inside a Rambutan is described as sweet and sour, similar to a grape. Wikihow has some great tips on how to eat and store rambutan.
Rambutan is a delicious treat loaded with vitamin C and antioxidants. Feijoa is also known as pineapple guava or guavasteen , and is native to South America but also commercially grown in California and New Zealand.
The flesh of feijoa fruit is cream-colored with a jelly-like substance in the center. A great source of vitamin C and dietary fiber, feijoas are getting more popular and regularly pop up in bigger supermarkets and in specialty markets.
Salak is a type of palm tree native to Indonesia, and is very popular as a snack on the streets of Bangkok, Thailand.
Perhaps not as rare or as unique as most other treats in this list of exotic fruits, the dragon fruit is still my personal favorite. Also known as pitaya , dragon fruit is native to South America, Central America and Mexico, and is also grown in Asian regions.
The texture of the flesh is very much like the juicy flesh of kiwifruit, with similar tiny, edible black seeds inside.
It tastes a bit like a mix of pear, kiwifruit and watermelon. Dragon fruit is about the size of a large potato and is usually red magenta in color, although they can also be pink and yellow.
The flesh can be either red or white. High in fiber, calcium, vitamin C and B-vitamins and very low in calories, pitaya is an absolutely delicious tropical fruit.
The langsat fruit is widely grown in parts of Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand and Sumatra. Similar to the rambutan fruit, the flesh of the langsat fruit also resembles a lychee.
While the langsat fruit may have the looks of a small potato, its taste is delicious and very unique, like a mix of grapes, bananas and grapefruits.
The cucamelon fruit goes by a lot of other names, such as mouse melon, Mexican sour cucumber and Mexican miniature watermelon. Native to Mexico and Central America, cucamelon is an odd mix of watermelon and cucumber.
It tastes like cucumber but with a bit of sourness to it. With 90 cm 35 inch in length and 50 cm 20 inch in diameter, the fruit of the jackfruit tree also known as jack tree is the largest tree-borne fruit.
Named the national fruit of Bangladesh , a Jackfruit tree can produce up to fruits in a year. Considering the size of the fruit, that is a lot of food!
Soursop, also known as graviola , or custard apple , is a large, green tropical fruit with flesh that tastes sweet and sour.
Native to Central America and the Caribbean Islands, soursop is often used as the basis for several beverages, ice creams and other sweet foods popular in South America.
Soursop has grown in popularity with herbal practitioners who recommend the fruit and leaves of the tree as a relief for a variety of ailments.
Very popular in the Amazon rain forest, aguaje fruit is a great source of vitamins A and C. The fruit has a dark-red scaly skin with yellow flesh inside that contains a hard nut.
The pepino solanum muricatum is best described as a weird mix between a pear and a melon. Common in South America, the pepino is related to nightshades such as eggplants and tomatoes.