When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. Touch device users, explore by touch or with swipe gestures.

Unique fruit

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Unique fruit. Get inspired and try out new things.
The world's weirdest fruits in terms of looks, tastes, and the ways they grow on trees.  However, it is just one's perception.  If one is local to the fruit habitat, it is not weird at all.

Here are the world's weirdest and most exotic fruits in terms of appearance, flavor, and the ways in which they grow. Of course, what's weird to one person might be common (and delicious!) to someone else.

Mountain apple is a beautiful fruit tree that grows in many gardens and farms in Hawaii.  It has a unique rose flavor, tastes sweet and extremely juicy.  Mountain apples are usually eaten fresh or made into jams, pickles, and wines.

Mountain apple is a beautiful fruit tree that grows in many gardens and farms in Hawaii. It has a unique rose flavor, tastes sweet, and is extremely juicy. Mountain apples are usually eaten fresh or made into jams, pickles, and wines.

Description Mangosteen (Scientific name: Garcinia mangostana) is called the “queen of the tropical fruits”. Each fruit is about the size of a…

Mangosteen (Scientific name: Garcinia mangostana) is called the "queen of the tropical fruits". Each fruit is about the size of a small orange. It has a beautiful exotic, purple

Sugar Apple. While called an apple, this fruit looks more like a raspberry because of it’s lumpy outer shell. Inside, sugar apples have a sweet yellowish flesh that has the texture and taste of custard. In fact, another name for the sugar apple is custard apple. This fruit is popular in Southern Asia, although it is native to the Americas. Growers in Taiwan combined it with a cherimoya to make the atemoya.    - Delish.com

Expand your health horizon with these cool fruits and vegetables you may not have heard of before.

Pandanus conoideus Fruit

During several visits over the course of a year it looked like a large berm of tall grass, about the size and height of a one-story house. For some reason it was trimmed back and began to fruit which led to its general identification: Pandanus. That naturally leads to a Pandanus problem: Which species is […]