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Bananas offer various mineral substances and energy. Bananas are not only a delicious fruit when ripe, but green bananas are also part of some dishes.
The Canistel is a large, open, evergreen tree that has dark green leaves up to twelve inches long clustered at eh tips of the branches. ...
This Brazilian fruit looks like a squishy apple with an odd-looking stem growing out of it. Now aday it is grown from Hue to the South of Vietnam, most concentrated in Highland like Komtum, Dalak....
The Coconut Palm (Cocos nucifera) is a member of the Family Arecaceae (palm family). It is the only species in the genus Cocos ...
The corossolier is a close relative to the sweep-sop. In terms of size, the fruit is substantially larger than the sweet-sop with some fruits weighing as much as 1.5 kg ...
 In Vietnam, there are two kinds of custard apple: firm and soft. Both varieties can have various shapes, for example they can be round or oval. ...
This climbing cactus is one of the most beautiful and wide spread members of the Cactaceae family. The magnificent night blooming white flowers can be up to14 inches in diameter ...
You may wonder why this kind of fruit has to bear such a austere name sau rieng (ones'own sorrows). If you are curious enough, let's travel to orchard provinces in southern Vietnam and the locals are likely to recite to you an immortal love story ...
Each variety has a unique taste. The Phuc Trach grapefruit has the distinguishable sweet taste of the glucose that is dissolved in the fruit and a fresh taste that slightly permeates your body and makes your spirit light. ...
The guava originated in the tropical region of the Americas and reached South-East Asia in the 17th century. ...