An orange is a type of citrus fruit that people often eat. Oranges are a very good source of vitamin C. Orange juice is an important part of many people's breakfast.
Strawberries are native to the temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere, and cultivated varieties are widely grown throughout the world. The fruits are rich in vitamin C and are commonly eaten as a dessert fruit. They are used as a pastry or pie filling, and may be preserved in many ways.
Pomegranates have been eaten throughout history for their health benefits. Nowadays, the juice of this fruit is a popular part of healthy diets.
The Hami melon is a type of muskmelon. The outer color is generally white and pink or yellow and green. The inside flesh is sweet and crisp.
The grapefruit is a citrus fruit with a flavor that can range from bittersweet to sour.
The passion fruit is native to subtropical regions of South America and grows on a vine. It is thought to have originated in Paraguay, southern Brazil, and northern Argentina. It is commonly eaten and used in cooking throughout South America.
The kiwifruit originally grew wild in China. Kiwifruits are a nutrient-dense food—they are rich in in nutrients and low in calories.
The watermelon is a flowering plant species of the Cucurbitaceae family, which is a scrambling and trailing vine-like plant. It was originally domesticated in Africa. It is a highly cultivated fruit worldwide, with more than 1,000 varieties.
The mango is native to South Asia, which has become one of the most widely cultivated fruits in the tropics. It is harvested in the month of March (summer season) until the end of May.
A lychee is a tropical fruit in the genus Litchi. It is grown in some parts of India apart from southern China. Since it is tropical, it will only grow in a warm, wet climate.