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Jackfruits contain a lot of sugar and calories. They grow on every part of the tree: the trunk, branches, and even on the roots ...
Litchi (Vai thieu)
Thieu is name dedicated to a special kind of litchi grown in Hung Yen province and Luc Ngan commune in Ha Bac province. Thieu litchi is a bit bigger than a Longan ...
The longan grows in many provinces in the North. The longan is no bigger than a ping-pong ball with brownish peel. ...
Mango plants, xoai in the Vietnamese language, are grown in most southern provinces. The most reputed mangoes come from Cao Lanh distric in Dong Thap province ...
Mangosteen (Mang Cut)
Hidden among dense foliage, big as a fist and brownish-violet in colour, is the mangosteen ...
Orange (Qua cam)
The fruit of Citrus sinensis is called sweet orange to distinguish it from Citrus aurantium, the bitter orange. In a number of languages, it is known as a "Chinese apple" ...
Papaya (Du du)
Papaya is sold all year round, especially in the south, and is not very expensive. It has a sweet smell and offers various minerals and vitamins ...
Persimmon can be either round or in the shape of a heart. Persimmon fruits are divided into two kinds: bitter and sweet. ...
Pineapple plants are widely grown in the country. The peak ripening time for this tropical fruit coincides with summer when the hours of sunshine are longer. ...
A plum or gage is a stone fruit tree in the genus Prunus, subgenus Prunus. The subgenus is distinguished from other subgenera (peaches, cherries, bird cherries, etc) in the shoots ...
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