Fruits are the seed-bearing parts of plants. Fruits are often fleshy, edible substances containing juices and nutrients beneficial to humans and animals. However, many fruits are commonly mistaken as vegetables.


Currant, a small seedless raisin, used in making baked goods and desserts. It is not related to the common red currant found in American gardens, but is really a tiny grape.

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  • Peach


    Peach, a juicy, reddish-yellow fruit with a tangy sweet flavor. It grows on a tree, 10 to 20 feet (3 to 6 m) tall, that has shiny green, lance-shaped leaves. See more »

  • Pear


    Pear, a bell-shaped or globular fruit that grows on a leaf-shedding tree. The pear tree grows about 45 feet (14 m) tall. See more »

  • Persimmon


    Persimmon, a tree of temperate or subtropical regions, and its sweet but astringent fruit. See more »

  • Pineapple


    Pineapple, a tropical plant and its edible fruit. It is so called because the fruit looks like a big, orange-yellow pine cone. See more »

  • Plant


    Plant, any member of the plant kingdom, a realm of nature made up largely of living organisms that make their own food. See more »

  • Pomegranate


    Pomegranate, a shrub or small tree, and its edible fruit. The pomegranate is native to Asia. See more »

  • Raspberry


    Raspberry, a spiny shrub that is widely grown for its flavorful fruits. The many cultivated varieties yield red, black, purple, and yellow fruits. See more »

  • Tangerine


    Tangerine, or Mandarin, the name of an edible citrus fruit and of the evergreen tree that bears it. See more »

  • Watermelon


    Watermelon, a plant that grows as a vine on the surface of the ground, producing an edible fruit. See more »

  • Banana


    Banana, a fruit that is economically important; also the plant that bears it. About 35 species and more than 100 varieties, most of which are edible, grow in tropical regions worldwide. See more »

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