Strictly speaking the word tropical refers to the tropics, which is the area of earth centered on the equator and limited in the North by the Tropic of Cancer and in the south by the Tropic of Capricorn. This tropical zone stretches from 23.4 º North latitude to 23.4 º South latitude. I have divided my website in a part with ‘tropical fruits’ and a part with ‘other fruits’. Tropical fruits are those that have their origin in the tropics and require a rather tropical or subtropical climate; they don’t tolerate frost. Other fruits are the rest, which usually grow in more temperate climates. The distinction is not very accurate. Some tropical fruits are also grown in warmer areas outside the tropics, while many of the temperate fruits can also be found in the tropics, especially in cooler mountain or hill areas.

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Atemoya Guava Mamey Pepinos
Baby Bananas Kiwano Mango Persimmons
Breadfruit Kiwi Baby Melons Quince
Cannistel Kumquat Monstera Sapodilla
Cherimoya Lemon Meyer Blood Oranges Black Sapote
Feijoa Limequat Papaya Starfruit
Figs Loquat Passion Fruit Tamarillos
Champagne Grapes Lychee Asian Pears Ugly Fruit