In 1493, Columbus came upon the pineapple and called it 'pina de Indes' meaning 'pine of the Indians".
The top of the pineapple can be planted in soil so a new plant can grow.
The Philippines lead in production of pineapples, with 2,198 kilotons.
A tree native to Mexico and is from a flowering plant that bears a fruit.
A citrus, easy peeled fruit.
A species of a flowering plant holding an edible fruit called fig.
The edible berry of a woody vine.
A plant which contains about 100 species of shrubs and trees.
Is the only state in the United States that is comprised entirely of islands.
A juicy stone fruit.
A fleshy drupe or stone fruit.
A tree or shrub species, also the pomaceous fruit of the trees.