The Fruit ClipArt gallery offers 329 illustrations of sweet-tasting plant products, following the culinary (rather than botanical) definition of the word fruit. Examples include: apples, berries, cherries, currants, dates, figs, grapes, guavas, lemons, mangos, melons, oranges, papaws, peaches, pears, pineapples, plums, pomegranates, quinces, and strawberries.

All illustrations in the ClipArt ETC collection are line drawings. If you are looking for color photographs of fruit, please visit the ClipPix ETC website.

A type of fruit.

Achene

A type of fruit.

Acid lime is the common name of citrus aurantifolia. The lime is found in most tropical areas including India, Mexico, and the warmer parts of Florida.

Acid Lime

Acid lime is the common name of citrus aurantifolia. The lime is found in most tropical areas including…

"…a fleshy fruit containing several large jet-black seeds partly embedded in a white spongy aril.."-Whitney, 1902

Akee fruit

"…a fleshy fruit containing several large jet-black seeds partly embedded in a white spongy aril.."-Whitney,…

A a type of fruit.

Apocarpous

A a type of fruit.

An apple, split in half.

Apple

An apple, split in half.

An apple, split in quarters.

Apple

An apple, split in quarters.

Apple

Apple

Apple

Half an apple, showing the inside.

Apple

Half an apple, showing the inside.

An apple.

Apple

An apple.

"Perpendicular section of the fruit of Pyrus malus." -Lindley, 1853

Apple

"Perpendicular section of the fruit of Pyrus malus." -Lindley, 1853

An illustration of an apple.

Apple

An illustration of an apple.

A illustration of an apple.

Apple

A illustration of an apple.

An illustration of an apple.

Apple

An illustration of an apple.

"Large specimen of self-pollinated Baldwin apple." -Department of Agriculture, 1899

Baldwin Apple

"Large specimen of self-pollinated Baldwin apple." -Department of Agriculture, 1899

"Small specimen of self-pollinated Baldwin apple." -Department of Agriculture, 1899

Baldwin Apple

"Small specimen of self-pollinated Baldwin apple." -Department of Agriculture, 1899

"Baldwin apple cross pollinated with pollen of the Bellflower apple." -Department of Agriculture, 1899

Baldwin/Bellflower Apple

"Baldwin apple cross pollinated with pollen of the Bellflower apple." -Department of Agriculture, 1899

The Calville Blanche Apple is best used for desserts. This apple is one of the larger varieties. This apple can be found October through December.

Calville Blanche Apple

The Calville Blanche Apple is best used for desserts. This apple is one of the larger varieties. This…

The Court Pendu Plat apple is used is desserts and other cooking purposes. This apple can be found November through April.

Court Pendu Plat Apple

The Court Pendu Plat apple is used is desserts and other cooking purposes. This apple can be found November…

An illustration of an early york apple.

An Early York apple

An illustration of an early york apple.

A description of how an apple grows from a flower.

Growing Apple

A description of how an apple grows from a flower.

Illustration of a red Canadian apple.

Red Canada apple

Illustration of a red Canadian apple.

Illustration of a cross section of a red Canadian apple.

Red Canada apple

Illustration of a cross section of a red Canadian apple.

The Reinette Du Canada apple is used as a dessert apple. The skin is a greenish-yellow and brown color. The flavor is brisk and juicy. This apple can be found November through May.

Reinette Du Canada Apple

The Reinette Du Canada apple is used as a dessert apple. The skin is a greenish-yellow and brown color.…

The Reinette Grise apple is a dessert apple. The apple has a sugary flavor. It can be found November through April.

Reinette Grise Apple

The Reinette Grise apple is a dessert apple. The apple has a sugary flavor. It can be found November…

Illustration of a cross section of a westfield seek-no-further apple.

Westfield Seek-No-Further Apple

Illustration of a cross section of a westfield seek-no-further apple.

Illustration of a westfield seek-no-further apple.

Westfield Seek-No-Further Apple

Illustration of a westfield seek-no-further apple.

The worm of the codling moth eating and burrowing through an apple.

Worm in Apple

The worm of the codling moth eating and burrowing through an apple.

Two apples. One is whole and the other is split in half.

Apples

Two apples. One is whole and the other is split in half.

Two apples. One is cut in half on the plate, beside the knife. The other is still whole.

Apples

Two apples. One is cut in half on the plate, beside the knife. The other is still whole.

Two Jonathan apples

Jonathan Apples

Two Jonathan apples

Two Pewaukee apples

Pewaukee Apples

Two Pewaukee apples

Illustrated are good exhibition plates of apples.

Plates of Apples

Illustrated are good exhibition plates of apples.

A bunch of Seckel apples

Seckel Apples

A bunch of Seckel apples

Two Wagner apples

Wagner Apples

Two Wagner apples

"Apricot (Prunus Armeniaca)."-Whitney, 1902

Apricot

"Apricot (Prunus Armeniaca)."-Whitney, 1902

Illustration of a hemskirke apricot.

A Hemskirke Apricot

Illustration of a hemskirke apricot.

A tree native to Central America and Mexico. Ranges from 1 to 2 pounds in weights and is mostly purple in color when ripe.

Avocado

A tree native to Central America and Mexico. Ranges from 1 to 2 pounds in weights and is mostly purple…

The fruit of a species of the plantain-tree.

Bananas

The fruit of a species of the plantain-tree.

A fruit basket containing apples.

Fruit Basket

A fruit basket containing apples.

A berry is fleshy or pulpy throughout.

Berry

A berry is fleshy or pulpy throughout.

Slice across a Checkerberry "berry" and the pod inside.

Berry

Slice across a Checkerberry "berry" and the pod inside.

A berry

Berry

A berry

"The berry is a succulent, syncarpous fruit, in which the seeds are immersed in a pulpy mass, formed by the placentas."—Darby, 1855

Berry

"The berry is a succulent, syncarpous fruit, in which the seeds are immersed in a pulpy mass, formed…

This is a classification of a type of fruit.

Berry

This is a classification of a type of fruit.

A plant which produces brightly-colored fruits, approximately 1.5 inches in diameter. They generally grow up to 20 feet in height, and are native to Europe.

Pyrus Malus Bertini

A plant which produces brightly-colored fruits, approximately 1.5 inches in diameter. They generally…

A birch-leaved tree with brownish fronds dotted with white. They tend to reach about 22 feet in height, and produce inedible brown fruits.

Pyrus Betulaefolia

A birch-leaved tree with brownish fronds dotted with white. They tend to reach about 22 feet in height,…

Apple Berry is the common name of billardiera. The longiflora variety has greenish-yellow flowers that often change to purple. The berries are blue. The fruit is edible.

Fruiting Branch of Billardiera Longiflora

Apple Berry is the common name of billardiera. The longiflora variety has greenish-yellow flowers that…

The berry of the bramble

Blackberry

The berry of the bramble

"Artocarpaceae, a natural order of Dicotyledonous plants, of which the Bread-fruit is the type; very nearly allied to that of Moraceae, and, like it, by many botanists regarded as a sub-order of Urticaceae. The botanical distinction between Artocarpaceae and Moraceae lies chiefly in the straight embryo and large cotyledons of the former." — Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

Bread-fruit

"Artocarpaceae, a natural order of Dicotyledonous plants, of which the Bread-fruit is the type; very…

The breadfruit bears an edible fruit and contains milky sap.

Breadfruit

The breadfruit bears an edible fruit and contains milky sap.

"The breadfruit is a large, globular fruit of a pale-green color, about the size of a child's head, marked on the surface with irregular six-sided depressions, and containing a white and somewhat fibrous pulp, which when ripe becomes juicy and yellow. The tree that produces it grows wild in Tahiti and other islands of the South Seas. it is about 40 feet high, with large and spreading branches, and has large bright green leaves, deeply divided into seven or nine spear-shaped lobes. The eatable part of this fruit lies between the skin and the core, and it is as white as snow and somewhat of the consistence of new bread."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Breadfruit

"The breadfruit is a large, globular fruit of a pale-green color, about the size of a child's head,…

The cantaloup melon has an irregular surface and both the skin and flesh are variable in color. The cantaloup melon is said to be the first cultivated in Europe.

Cantaloup Melon

The cantaloup melon has an irregular surface and both the skin and flesh are variable in color. The…

A small, round, ribbed variety of muskmelon of a very delicate flavor.

Cantaloupe

A small, round, ribbed variety of muskmelon of a very delicate flavor.

This is a classification of a type of fruit.

Capsule (fruit)

This is a classification of a type of fruit.

A Mediterranean fig, Ficus Carica, with a branch with leaves and buds. The fruit, numbered 3, is sliced lengthwise showing the seeds.

Ficus Carica Fig with Fruit and Leaves

A Mediterranean fig, Ficus Carica, with a branch with leaves and buds. The fruit, numbered 3, is sliced…

This is a classification of a type of fruit.

Caryopsis

This is a classification of a type of fruit.

The cassaba melon is a winter melon, popular in California.

Cassaba Melon

The cassaba melon is a winter melon, popular in California.

An illustration of a bunch of cherries on the stem.

Cherries

An illustration of a bunch of cherries on the stem.

An illustration of Belle de Choisy cherries.

Belle de Choisy cherries

An illustration of Belle de Choisy cherries.

An illustration of Black tartarian cherries.

Black tartarian cherries

An illustration of Black tartarian cherries.