For a little taste of warmer weather:
1. Dragon Fruit or otherwise known as pitaya is a fruit indigenous from the Americas tasting almost like a kiwi.
2. Coconuts are from the family of arecaceae! It is the only species of genus Cocos. Coconuts contain a very sweet interesting taste.
3. The Arkansas black apple was founded in the year 1870. The black apple is known for its juicy taste. It also grows very quickly and it is very tasty when you bake it in a pie.
4. Grapefruit is a tangy fruit with a hint of sweetness. The grapefruit is native to India, China, Thailand and Malaya. The grapefruit is also 90% water. It taste good and it refreshes you
5. Oranges are the fruit of the citrus species called the Rutaceae. One single bite of this tasty fruit sends a explosion of citrus on your taste buds.
6. Papaya is one of twenty-two in the species of genus Carica in the family Caricaceae. Papayas carry a sweet, melon like flavor. However the seeds are a bit more spicy.
7. Yellow passion fruit aka Passiflora edulis is a vine species of passion flower that is native to southern Brazil through Paraguay to northern Argentina. Its common names include passion fruit or passion fruit (English), maracuya (Spanish), grenadille (French), maracujá (Portuguese) and lilikoʻi (Hawaiian). Yellow passion fruits have a tart, fruity taste.
8. Mango is one of the most popular fruits in the world. Mango’s were first grown in India over 5,000 years ago. Mangos are very sweet . Just like mangoes are sweet they are also considered as a gesture of friendship.
9. Purple Mangosteen – The purple mangosteen, otherwise known as simply as the mangosteen, is a tropical evergreen tree believed to have originated in the Sunda islands and the Moluccas of Indonesia. It’s a sweet, nutritious, purple and white, odd looking fruit.
10. Black sapote is a fruit with many names. Such as, chocolate pudding fruit for its similar taste to the chocolate dessert we all love. chocolate. It is native to eastern Mexico, the Caribbean, Central America, and into Colombia.