Since fruit is the organ that contains the seeds of the plant or tree on which is grows, anything that grows on trees will be fruit. Only something like the leaves or bark of a tree would be considered a vegetable if it were harvested and used in foods. There are some barks and leaves that are used, but all of those are spices or used in drinks like tea. So I don't believe any vegetables grow on trees.
No vegetables grow on trees. Food that grows on trees is fruit or nuts.
There aren't any vegetables that grow on trees.
Some rare ones will grow on trees but most of them grow on the ground. Peas grow on trees
Yes. Brussel spouts are vegetables. they grow like trees
fruits grow in trees or vines vegetables grow in ground
Yes you can grow more vegetables and trees will produce more fruit the next year.
Vegetables do not grow on trees. They are planted in fields on arable farms,on peoples allotments or vegetable gardens. Fruit grows on trees in orchards.
They Are alike because of grow on farms or gardens / trees
You can grow things like vegetables: tomatoes, potato's and squash and such. You can grow trees as well as flowers, fruit, bushes, grass and vines.
All coniferous trees, deciduous trees, and many shrubs are perennials that live through the winter. They are dormant through the winter and grow during the spring and summer. Garden plants, like fruits, vegetables, herbs, and flowers grow in spring and summer, though there are some vegetables that may grow during the winter with special care or in a greenhouse.
Fruits have seeds and most of them grow on trees. Vegetables do not have seeds and usually grow on bushes or small plants.
Many different species of trees grow in England, from elms to apple trees.