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Maybe, depending on where you are. Granadillas are fruits of the plant Passiflora ligularis. In most places, "passion fruit" is used to refer to fruits of the (closely related) plant Passiflora edulis. However, in Australia and most of Africa, Passiflora ligularis fruits are also called "passionfruit". There are several hundred species of Passiflora (Latin for "Passion flower'), and many of them have edible fruit, so what's locally and logically referred to as "passion fruit" might…
Well, tomatoes are more on the savoury side. But that is actually hard, because there are hardly any fruits that are not sweet. I have always found passion fruits to be sour, but that might just be chance. Also pumpkin is a lot less sweet then many fruits (most people think pumpkin is a vegetable, but they actually are fruits!)
England is not the ideal place for growing many fruits and vegetables, such as bananas, mango, passion fruit, and other exotic fruits which more often than not, require a hotter habitat. Approximately 35% of fruit and vegetables sold in England are actually from Britain itself. The other 65% is imported.
Peruvians grow the next fruits: apples, oranges, the famous Huando seedless orange, grapes, guanavana, camu camu, bananas, plantain, avocado, tomatoes, mangoes, lucuma, watermelon, papaya, tangerines, passion fruit, star fruit, prickle pears, pears and many more fruits from the amazon area that many people have no idea.
Deciduous fruits made up of nectarine, apples, apricot, gingko, mulberry, nashi, peach, plum, pear, persimmon, quince and cherry. Citrus fruits made up of grapefruit, lemn, mandarin, orange, kumquat, lime, tangello and pummelo Vine fruits made up of grapes, kiwifruit, passion fruit and pitaya Are there any more categories? If so, what are they? Thanks