Sunday, February 19, 2012

postheadericon Choke cherry ( Prunus virginiana )

Fruit Warehouse | Choke cherry ( Prunus virginiana ) | The berries are very RIPE dark in color and less astringent than the red berries. Prunus virginiana, commonly called chokecherry, bitter-berry, or cherry bird Virginia, is a species of bird cherry (Prunus subgenus Padus) native to North America, where it is found almost throughout the continent except for the Deep South and the far north.

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postheadericon Lilly Pilly ( Acmena smithii, Eugenia smithii )

Fruit Warehouse | Lilly Pilly ( Acmena smithii, Eugenia smithii ) | trees are buttressed at the base. The bark is red brown, light gray or pinkish gray with soft papery scales. The small, glossy, lance-shaped leaves are a shiny green when mature, but pink / red when young. The leaf stalks are 2 to 3 mm long.

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postheadericon Brush Cherry ( Syzygium paniculatum )

Fruit Warehouse | Brush Cherry ( Syzygium paniculatum ) | It is commonly confused with Syzygium australe, brush cherry. The magenta lilly pilly (Syzygium paniculatum, syn. Eugenia paniculata), also known by the common name magenta cherry, is a broad Bushy dense rainforest tree native to New South Wales.

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postheadericon Blue Lilly Pilly ( Syzygium oleosum )

Fruit Warehouse | Blue Lilly Pilly ( Syzygium oleosum ) | The leaves have oil dots and are aromatic when crushed Distinctly, with Aromas Reminiscent of mango or apricot. Its flowers are small and white-colored cream. It Produces a Purplish red fruit when young, changing to blue when the RIPE Purplish, 13-40 mm in diameter. The fruit can be eaten freshly picked from the tree or cooked. 

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postheadericon Australian Finger Lime ( Microcitrus australasica )

Fruit Warehouse | Australian Finger Lime ( Microcitrus australasica ) | The finger lime has recently been popularized as a gourmet bushfood. The fruit juice is acidic and similar to That of a lime. Marmalade and pickles are also made from finger lime. The Finger Lime plant, Citrus australasica (syn. Microcitrus australasica) is a Thorny understorey shrub or small tree of Lowland subtropical rainforest and dry rainforest in the coastal border region of Queensland and New South Wales, Australia. Flowers are white with petals 6-9 mm long.

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postheadericon Litsea ( Litsea garciae )

Fruit Warehouse | Litsea ( Litsea garciae ) | The round fruits (35 to 45 mm in diameter), flattened top and bottom, have thin, edible skins bright pink. Medium to thick flesh surrounds the single, avocado-like seed (1 "). It is creamy-white and similar to avocado, but softer with a more delicate flavor. The engkala Grows rapidly and Tolerates high light levels if well watered.

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postheadericon Kerantongan ( Durio oxleyanus )

Fruit Warehouse | Kerantongan ( Durio oxleyanus ) | Durian trees are large, growing to 25-50 meters (80-164 ft) in height depending on the species. Durian trees have one or two Flowering and fruiting periods per year, though the timing varies depending on the species, cultivars, and Localities. A typical durian tree can bear fruit after four or five years. The durian fruit can hang from any branch and matures roughly three months after pollination.

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postheadericon Limeberry ( Limonia trifolia )

Fruit Warehouse | limeberry ( Limonia trifolia ) | Triphasias are very close relatives of citrus. Triphasia trifolia (syn. Limonia trifolia Burm. F., Triphasia aurantiola Lour.; Also called limeberry, lime berry, or limoncitong kastila) is a species of Triphasia in the family Rutaceae, native to tropical Southeastern Asia in Malaysia, the Philippines and possibly elsewhere.

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postheadericon Kaffir Lime ( Citrus hystrix)

Fruit Warehouse | Kaffir Lime ( Citrus hystrix) | Citrus × hystrix is a Thorny bush with aromatic and distinctively shaped "double" leaves. The kaffir lime is a rough, bumpy green fruit. The green lime fruit is distinguished by its bumpy exterior and its small size (approx. 4 cm wide). The kaffir lime (Citrus × hystrix, Rutaceae) is also known as combava, Kieffer lime, kaffir lime, lime or lime makrut, Kabuyao (Cabuyao). It is used in Southeast Asian cuisine.

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postheadericon Jack ( Mangifera caesia)

Fruit Warehouse | Jack ( Mangifera caesia) | The tree lives in lowlands or gentle slopes in sandy clay Soils. The fruit is a large, edible, elliptical drupe 10-15 cm (4-6 in) long and 6-8 cm (2-3 in) wide. The skin is thin and brown with darker patches, and the flesh is yellow-white, Mushy, and strongly odorous with an acid-sweet or sour taste.

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postheadericon Clove ( Syzygium aromaticum )

Fruit Warehouse | Clove ( Syzygium aromaticum ) | Especially in Indonesia, cloves are used as an ingredient of clove cigarettes. Clove oil used in aromatherapy and also to treat toothache. Dried leaves are finely ground cloves can be used as a vegetable and effective pesticides to control Fusarium stem rot disease by providing 50-100 grams of dried pimento leaves per plant. Cloves (Syzygium aromaticum, syn. Eugenia aromaticum), in English called cloves, are the aromatic dried flower stalks of the Myrtaceae family tree

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postheadericon Breadfruit ( Artocarpus altilis )

Fruit Warehouse | Breadfruit ( Artocarpus altilis ) | Breadfruit, an equatorial Lowland species, Grows best below elevations of 650 meters (2.130 ft), but is found at elevations of 1.550 meters (5.090 ft). Preferred Soils are neutral to alkaline (pH of 6.1-7.4) and either sand, sandy loam, loam or sandy clay loam. Breadfruit is Able to grow in coral sands and saline Soils.

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postheadericon Betel Nut ( Areca catechu )

Fruit Warehouse | Betel Nut ( Areca catechu ) | This palm tree is often mistakenly referred to as the fruit of betel, areca nut, often chewed together with betel leaves, leaves from the vine of the Piper family. Known in English as Betel palm or Betel nut tree, and Areca catechu is the scientific name.

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postheadericon Kedondong ( Spondias mombin )

Fruit Warehouse |  Kedondong ( Spondias mombin ) | A more common name is mombins unequivocal. They are deciduous or semi-evergreen trees growing to 25 m tall. The leaves are spirally arranged, pinnate, rarely bipinnate or simple. It has a single seed.About 10 species of Spondias bear edible fruits and have been domesticated for fruit production. The name is derived from makok (มะกอก), the Thai name for the fruit of Spondias dulcis. Spondias pinnata is called Pulicha Kaai in the Tamil language, the which means "sour fruit."

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postheadericon Orange Bali (pomelo, Citrus grandis, C. maxima)

Fruit Warehouse | (pomelo, Citrus grandis, C. maxima) | The pomelo tastes like a sweet, mild grapefruit (which is Itself a hybrid of the pomelo and the orange), though the typical pomelo is much larger in size than the grapefruit. The peel of the pomelo is also used in Chinese cooking. In general, citrus peel is Often used in southern Chinese cuisine for flavoring, ESPECIALLY in sweet soup desserts.

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Abiu Açaí palm Acmena smithii African mango Amelanchier alnifolia American Chestnut American Pawpaw American Persimmon Anacardium occidentale Ananas comosus Annona muricata Annona squamosa Antidesma bunius Apple Apricot Arbutus Areca catechu Arhat Artocarpus altilis Artocarpus heterophyllus Artocarpus integer Asimina triloba Australian Finger Lime Averrhoa bilimbi Avocado Babaco Baccaurea motleyana Bactris gasipaes Bacuri Banana Barbadine Beach Plum Belimbing wuluh Betel Nut Black Apple Black cherry black sapote black walnut Blackberry Blackcurrant blood orange Blue Lilly Pilly Blueberry Bolwarra Bottle Gourd Bouea macrophylla Breadfruit Brush Cherry Buah cengkeh Buah Gayam Buah merah Buah pinang Buddha's hand Buni fruit Bush tomato C. maxima Canarium ovatum Cantaloupe Cantalupensis Carambola Carica papaya Carrot Castanea dentata Ceiba pentandra Cempedak Certain Solanum Cherry Chilean guava Choke cherry Citrullus lanatus Citrus × floridana Citrus grandis Citrus hystrix Citrus limon Citrus medica var. sarcodactylus Citrus paradis Citrus reticulata Citrus sinensis Cloudberry Clove Cocoa Coconut Cocos nucifera Coffea Coffea arabica Cranberry Crowberry Cucumber Cucumis sativus Cydonia oblonga Daucus carota Dewandaru fruit Diospyros digyna Diospyros virginiana Dragon Fruit Duku Durian Durio oxleyanus Elderberry Eleiodoxa conferta Empetrum nigrum Eriobotrya japonica Eugenia smithii Eupomatia laurina Euterpe oleracea Flacourtia inermis Fragaria ananassa Fruit Gandaria Garcinia dulcis Garcinia mangostana Gnetum gnemon Gooseberry Grape Guava Inocarpus fagifer Irvingia Jack Jackfruit Jamblang Jambu Bol Jambu mete Jeruk kingkit Jeruk purut Juglans nigra Kaffir Lime Kapok Kecapi fruit Kedondong Kelengkeng Kelubi fruit Kemunting fruit Kepel fruit Kerantongan Kiwifruit Kurma Lagenaria siceraria Langsat Lansium domesticum Lemon Lilly Pilly Limau kunci Limeberry Limequat Limonia trifolia Lingonberry Litchi chinensis Litsea Litsea garciae Lobi-lobi Loquat Lychee Macadamia Madrono Mahoni Malus domestica Mammea americana Mammee apple Mamoncillo Mandarin orange Mangifera caesia Mango Mangosteen Manilkara zapota Melicoccus bijugatus Melinjo Melon pear Melons Metroxylon sagu Microcitrus australasica Morinda citrifolia Mundu Musa acuminata balbisiana Nona fruit Noni Olea europaea Olive Orange Orange Bali Palm fruit Pandanus conoideus Passiflora ligularis Peach Peach palm Pear Persea americana Persimmon Pili Nut Pineapple Pir Pitaya Platonia insignis Pomegranate pomelo Pouteria australis Pouteria caimito Prunus armeniaca Prunus avium Prunus maritima Prunus persica Prunus serotina Prunus virginiana Psidium guajava Punica granatum Quince Rambutan Red fruit Redcurrant Ribes nigrum Ribes rubrum Ribes uva-crispa Rose hip Rowan Rubus argutus Rubus chamaemorus Rubus spectabilis Rumbai fruit Rumbia fruit Salak Salmonberry Sambucus nigra Sapodilla Saskatoon berry Sea buckthorn shew Siraitia grosvenorii Solanum lycopersicum Solanum muricatum Soursop Spondias mombin Srikaya Star fruit vegetables Starfruit Stelechocarpus burahol Strawberry Sugar-apple Sukun Syzygium aromaticum Syzygium cumini Syzygium jambos Syzygium malaccense Syzygium oleosum Syzygium paniculatum Tangelo Terminalia catappa Theobroma cacao Tin of fruit Tomato Tropical Almond Ugli fruit Ugni molinae Vaccinium Oxycoccus Vaccinium vitis-idaea Watermelon Wine

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