Tropical Fruits: List of 25+ Popular Tropical Fruits in English 1

Tropical Fruits: List of 25+ Popular Tropical Fruits in English

Tropical Fruits! This lesson provides a list of popular tropical fruits in English with ESL picture and example sentences to help you enhance your vocabulary words.

Tropical Fruits

List of Tropical Fruits

  • Banana
  • Mango
  • Custard apple
  • Chikoo
  • Coconut
  • Fig
  • Grape
  • Orange
  • Starfruit
  • Guava
  • Papaya
  • Lychee
  • Passion fruit
  • Water apple
  • Pomegranate
  • Lemon
  • Grapefruit
  • Watermelon
  • Pineapple
  • Muskmelon
  • Dragon fruit
  • Jackfruit
  • Rambutan
  • Kiwi
  • Avocado
  • Longan
  • Mangosteen
  • Canistel

Tropical Fruits with Examples

Let’s learn the names of tropical fruits in English with example sentences.

  • Banana

She peeled off the skin of a banana for the child.

  • Mango

Add the mango, lime juice and rind, chopped chilli, coriander or parsley and the prawns.

  • Custard apple

Cherimoya, or custard apple, is a deciduous plant found in the high lying mountainous areas of South America.

  • Chikoo

Manilkara zapota, commonly known as sapodilla, sapota, chikoo, naseberry, or nispero is a long-lived, evergreen tree native to southern Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean.

  • Coconut

Coconut is one of the staple exports of the islands.

  • Fig

The fig tree embeds its multitudes of seeds in globes of sweet pulp.

  • Grape

He put a grape into his mouth and swallowed it whole.

  • Orange

She filled her mug with orange juice.

  • Starfruit

Decorate with a slice of starfruit and kiwi.

  • Guava

 The taste is somewhere between a guava and a grape.

  • Papaya

Yes, I ate papaya this morning. It’s very delicious.

  • Lychee

Lychee seed extract stimulates collagen production.

  • Passion fruit

There are a mango tree, a passion fruit tree and an orange tree, and a lovely hibiscus hedge.

  • Water apple

The water apple tree will grow anywhere from 10 to 30 feet tall (3 to 10 metres.) It will grow true to seed. 

  • Pomegranate

Red pomegranate fruits hanging on the tree were very delightful.

  • Lemon

Sprinkle the avocado slices with lemon juice.

  • Grapefruit

They’re a cross between a grapefruit and a tangerine.

  • Watermelon

The watermelon was very luscious. Everyone wanted another slice.

  • Pineapple

Drizzle the pineapple juice over the dry mixture.

  • Muskmelon

This muskmelon is soft and floury.

  • Dragon fruit

Dragon fruit may look exotic, but its flavours are similar to other fruits.

  • Jackfruit

There are also durian, mangosteen, pitaya, rambutan, jackfruit, coconut provided.

  • Rambutan

Rambutan is an odd fruit that looks like a furry strawberry from the outside, and much like a lychee on the inside.

  • Kiwi

Decorate with a slice of starfruit and kiwi.

  • Avocado

Avocado salad is a favourite of mine.

  • Longan

A compound yoghurt with longan juice and skimmed milk as the chief raw materials is studied.

  • Mangosteen

There are also durian, mangosteen, pitaya, rambutan, jackfruit, coconut provided.

  • Canistel

It is from this similarity, and its bright yellow flesh, that the canistel fruit gets its moniker as the “eggfruit.”

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Tropical Fruits: List of 25+ Popular Tropical Fruits in English

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