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Papaya
Papaya, known as the "fruit of the angels" by Christopher Columbus, and is a real a tropical treat. Because of the strong enzyme in papaya, like pineapple, you can't mix them with things More…
Peaches and Nectarines
Peach (Prunus Persica), Nectarine(Prunus Persica Var. Nectarina ) Family: Rosaceae Peach: Round juicy fruit with downy yellowish-red skin and a rough stone. More…
Pear
Pyrus communis Family: Rosaceae Sweet juicy yellow or green fruit with a rounded shape that becomes narrower towards the stalk. Pears are picked when they are almost More…
Physalis
Originally from Peru, yellow to red in color and often wrapped in its fine wafer thin brown leaves/bladder (calyx). Often used for their presentation value to decorate sweets. The fruit More…
Pineapples
Pineapples are sweet and delicious but hard to get into, if you are unfamiliar with the bumpy terrain. They are worth the exploration and once you cut a few open, you'll be able to do that More…
Plantains
Plantains look just like bananas. You can tell if they are plantains or bananas on the tree - plantains are bigger and grow upward on the tree unlike bananas which grow downward. More…
Plum
Prunus domestica Family: Rosaceae Soft round smooth-skinned sweet fruit with sweet flesh and a flattish pointed stone. A plum is a fruittype with a lot of More…
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