In botany, a fruit tree is the stem-bearing structure at the bottom of flowering plants which are developed from the ovaries just before flowering. All other parts of the plant are called the leaves and stems or the fruits. Flowers are actually miniature versions of the leaves and stems. This article is about the fruit trees.
When we talk about the fruit trees, what we actually see are the fruit-bearing branches or the boughs. These are the main characteristic and primary feature that distinguishes all the different kinds of botanical plants in the world. The major part of the stem is covered with a bract characterized by a hair or a feather. If we look closer to the accessories of the plant, we may be able to notice that it is a structure that resembles a flower in its basic structure.
The bract is covered with an accessory fruit which is present on one side of the bract but not on the other side. Usually the two parts of the plant are joined by a sort of thistle or grass. These not so common accessories include the fruits, nuts, seeds, leaves and flowers of the plant. Some of the fruits that we usually see are the berries or cranberries, melons, pears, peaches and grapes. All these can be used as jams, jellies, juices and vegetables.
If you try to search the internet, you will be surprised to find out that there are a lot of websites that have already categorized the fruit into their specific groupings. So if you want to know more about the fruit collectively, you can easily find the appropriate page for that. You can also check out the photo galleries included in the websites to verify the descriptions of each type of fruit. All the images are accompanied with detailed descriptions and graphical illustrations.
On the other hand, if you want to buy or eat a fruit, you don’t have to look far because almost all the fruits are already available in the supermarkets and markets. Some of the common fruits that are botanically certified are apples, apricots, berries, cantaloupe, cherries, grapes, kiwi, Mandarin oranges, mango, oranges, peaches, pears, prunes, strawberries, tangerines, walnuts, wheat, and rice bran. Other varieties that have been botanically certified are blackberries, blueberries, cherries, grapefruits, grapes, green apples, lemons, oranges, plums, pomegranates, raspberries, red plums, strawberries and wheatgrass. These simple yet useful botanical foods are already widely distributed all around the world and anyone can even grow them in their garden. Even cooking recipes for these types of fruits can already be found on the internet.
Aside from the obvious health benefits, the real benefits that you can get from eating a fruit that has been certified botanically are the ones related to our relationship with nature. With a fruit that has been certified, you are assured that there is not much danger involved in eating the fruit. With a natural product, you do not have to worry about pesticides, hormones, and other harmful products anymore when it comes to the fertilization process. You can also find the ripened ovaries that you are looking for, along with its most important fruit development stage, which is its initial growth.