The Ovarian Fruit Orchid – An Ancient Tree

In botany, a fruit tree is the fruit-bearing structure at the base of flowering plants which is generally formed in the ovary just after flowering. Fruit trees can be single-celled or multi-celled, and may have flowers or not. A fruit tree is a vertical tree which produces a bunch of small fruit on a stem. The small fruits are covered with a thin coating of honeydew and fall from the branch as a bunch.


The process of procuring a fruit from a berry plant requires care due to the potential dangers of exposure to the atmosphere and shock of being dropped. For the first two days after planting, the plant should be in its shaded area. On day three the soil should be moist but not wet. Fruit trees can also be propagated by cutting them from the rootstock. This procedure involves removing and killing the plant so that it can be easily propagated.

Drying fruit can be done by passing the fruit through a kiln, but it does not impart as much vitamin c as when using cold air or sunlight. Fruits can also be frozen to retain most of their vitamin C. All fruit can be used for fruit salads, fresh fruit juice, or as a delicious dessert. Fruit is an excellent source of vitamin C, beta carotene, fiber, potassium, and niacin. It is an excellent source of chromium, manganese, iron, phosphorous, and a whole range of vitamins and minerals. When dried, the flesh retains a large amount of vitamin c and this is one way fruit can be eaten to improve your health.

Fruit can be cracked to get rid of the tough outer skin and this offers a good alternative to grinding your fruits to produce a pulp. Most fruit can be easily pricked with a finger nail to remove the dry outer skin. However, some fruits such as watermelon and pineapple do not have hard outer skins and are therefore easier to crack. To harvest the fruit simply take a single, firm, sharp-tipped spade and dig the fruit out of the ground. The more time you spend digging the fruit out of the ground, the larger quantity you will harvest.

Fruit should be separated into two categories – the solid fleshy and the semi-solid fleshy. The solid fleshy fruit has a hard, bitter taste that usually deters people from eating it; the semi-solid fruit has a soft, mellow flavor that many find pleasant and appealing. The best quality fruit is the fruit that has a single, hard, white seed in the middle of a cluster of flowers on the stem. The single, hard seed is the breeding place for all of the fruit’s fruitless seeds. When this single hard seed reaches full maturity it explodes upward out of the flower head and into the sky.

When the fruit reaches its full maturity it explodes into a large number of seeds. The number of seeds determines the size of the entire fruit as well as the number of times its ovule will bloom during its lifetime. The more times its ovule blooms, the larger the clusters the female sex cells will produce. The female sex cells will then burst open the seeds which form the female sex organ.