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.

Two pears of the Duchess d'Angouleme type.

Duchess d'Angouleme

Two pears of the Duchess d'Angouleme type.

Durian is the common name of durio zibethinus. The fruit tree is native to India and Malaysia. Concerning the odor of the durian it has been said that is smells like a mixture of old cheese and onions flavored with turpentine. But those who eat it love it despite the odor.

Durian

Durian is the common name of durio zibethinus. The fruit tree is native to India and Malaysia. Concerning…

This is a classification of a type of fruit.

Elm

This is a classification of a type of fruit.

The embroidered market melon is a netted variety. This melon bears a large nearly spherical fruit with orange or reddish orange fruit.

Embroidered Market Melon

The embroidered market melon is a netted variety. This melon bears a large nearly spherical fruit with…

Endocarp with seed

Endocarp

Endocarp with seed

Ficus is commonly known as the fig tree. The fruit of ficus roxburghii is edible. The fruits of ficus trees are called figs. The leaves of these trees are a roundish heart shape.

Fruit and Leaf of Ficus Roxburghii

Ficus is commonly known as the fig tree. The fruit of ficus roxburghii is edible. The fruits of ficus…

The outside appearance of a noncaprificated fig.

Fig

The outside appearance of a noncaprificated fig.

The outside appearance of a caprificated fig.

Fig

The outside appearance of a caprificated fig.

The interior of a caprificated fig.

Fig

The interior of a caprificated fig.

The interior of a noncaprificated fig.

Fig

The interior of a noncaprificated fig.

Any plant belonging to the genus Ficus is a fig. They are widely distributed in warm climates. Some bear edible fruit. This illustration shows a fig plant, as well as the male and female flowers, and a cross-section of  the fruit of a fig.

Fig

Any plant belonging to the genus Ficus is a fig. They are widely distributed in warm climates. Some…

An illustration of a fig branch and fruit.

Fig Branch and Fruit

An illustration of a fig branch and fruit.

The fruit from a fig tree (Ficus carica) showing its section.

Section of Fruit of Fig

The fruit from a fig tree (Ficus carica) showing its section.

This is a classification of type of fruit.

Fig, with Male and Female Flowers

This is a classification of type of fruit.

The figari melon is an ornamental and small fruited melon.

Figari Melon

The figari melon is an ornamental and small fruited melon.

The skin of black bourjassotte figs is black. The fruit is a deep red. These figs are delicious.

Black Bourjassotte Figs

The skin of black bourjassotte figs is black. The fruit is a deep red. These figs are delicious.

This illustration shows a Figwort, a member of the genus Scrophularia. It has the characteristic features of  a five-lobed calyx, a nearly globose corolla (the upper lip of which is two-lobed and the lower three-lobed), and a capsule opening with two valves, the edges of which are turned in. The illustration also shows 1) a cross section of a flower, and 2) fruit.

Figwort

This illustration shows a Figwort, a member of the genus Scrophularia. It has the characteristic features…

A free-flowering tree that grows beautiful red flowers. They are commonly found in Japan, and tend to bloom in May.

Pyrus Floribunda

A free-flowering tree that grows beautiful red flowers. They are commonly found in Japan, and tend to…

This is a classification of a type of fruit.

Follicle (fruit)

This is a classification of a type of fruit.

The flowers of the pine strawberry are white and frow on thick stalks. The plant grows one foot high. It produces fruit.

Pine Strawberry (Fragaria Chilensis Grandiflora)

The flowers of the pine strawberry are white and frow on thick stalks. The plant grows one foot high.…

The common name of fragaria chilensis is the chili strawberry. The flowers are white and grow on thick, silky stalks. The flower grows up to one foot high.

Fragaria Chilensis (Chili Strawberry)

The common name of fragaria chilensis is the chili strawberry. The flowers are white and grow on thick,…

Fragaria vesca, or wild strawberry, has white flowers. The plant grows between six and twelve inches high. The flowers bloom in April and May.

Wild Strawberry

Fragaria vesca, or wild strawberry, has white flowers. The plant grows between six and twelve inches…

Clematis vitalba. 1, fruit; 2, schenium.

Fruit

Clematis vitalba. 1, fruit; 2, schenium.

An illustration of a fruit basket including grapes, pears, apples, and bananas.

Fruit Basket

An illustration of a fruit basket including grapes, pears, apples, and bananas.

The common name of fragaria chilensis is the chili strawberry. The fruit is rose colored on the outside and white on the inside. This variety of strawberry is found in South America.

Fruit of Fragaria Chilensis

The common name of fragaria chilensis is the chili strawberry. The fruit is rose colored on the outside…

The common name of fragaria chilensis grandiflora is pine strawberry. Pine strawberries are red and edible.

Fruit of Fragaria Chilensis Grandiflora

The common name of fragaria chilensis grandiflora is pine strawberry. Pine strawberries are red and…

Fragaria vesca, or wild strawberry, produces red fruit. The fruit is edible.

Fruit of Fragaria Vesca

Fragaria vesca, or wild strawberry, produces red fruit. The fruit is edible.

This is a classification of a type of fruit, belonging to Gentiana.

Fruit of Gentian

This is a classification of a type of fruit, belonging to Gentiana.

This is a classification of a type of fruit.

Fruit of Viola

This is a classification of a type of fruit.

Composite, or compound flowers, form the largest of all botanical orders. 3, receptacle with fruit adhering.

Fruit Receptacle

Composite, or compound flowers, form the largest of all botanical orders. 3, receptacle with fruit adhering.

This is the fruit of the Persimmon, Diospyros virginiana, (Keeler, 1915).

Persimmon Fruit

This is the fruit of the Persimmon, Diospyros virginiana, (Keeler, 1915).

The quince-tree, which is supposed to be a native of Western Asia, is now cultivated throughout Europe, and in many parts of the United States, for its handsome golden yellow fruit, which, though hard and austere when plucked from the tree, becomes excellent when boiled and eaten with sugar, or preserved in syrup, or made into marmalade.

Quince Fruit

The quince-tree, which is supposed to be a native of Western Asia, is now cultivated throughout Europe,…

An illustration of a variety of fruit, including:1. Oldmixon freestone2. Hale's early3. Washington.

Variety of Fruit

An illustration of a variety of fruit, including: 1. Oldmixon freestone 2. Hale's early 3. Washington.

An illustration of a Doyenne Gray pear and Early Richmond cherries.

Variety of Fruit

An illustration of a Doyenne Gray pear and Early Richmond cherries.

The apricot is a stone fruit, but contains less acid than most stone fruits. Unlike other fruits, there are a limited number of varieties of apricot.

Fruiting Branch of Apricot

The apricot is a stone fruit, but contains less acid than most stone fruits. Unlike other fruits, there…

Fig is a fruit producing tree. The cultivation of figs goes back to ancient times. It is native to the Mediterranean region, Syria, eastern Persia, and Afghanistan.

Fruiting Branch of Fig

Fig is a fruit producing tree. The cultivation of figs goes back to ancient times. It is native to the…

A conifer which belongs to the redwoods. They are of the cupressaceae genus.

Sequoia Gigantea

A conifer which belongs to the redwoods. They are of the cupressaceae genus.

This is a classification of a type of fruit.

Glans

This is a classification of a type of fruit.

The inside of a gooseberry, showing the reproductive seeds that are immersed in the placenta.

Gooseberry

The inside of a gooseberry, showing the reproductive seeds that are immersed in the placenta.

The branches of the gooseberry plant help shade each other to protect the fruit. A scorching sunshine can prematurely ripen the gooseberry. The best flavor comes from the yellow varieties.

Fruiting Branch of Gooseberry

The branches of the gooseberry plant help shade each other to protect the fruit. A scorching sunshine…

Grapes grow in clusters on vining stems.

Grape

Grapes grow in clusters on vining stems.

A bunch of grapes.

Grapes

A bunch of grapes.

An illustration of a bunch of grapes.

Grapes

An illustration of a bunch of grapes.

An illustration of a bunch of red grapes.

Red Grapes

An illustration of a bunch of red grapes.

An illustration of a grapevine.

Grapevine

An illustration of a grapevine.

An illustration of the grapevine fruit, a grape.

Grapevine Fruit

An illustration of the grapevine fruit, a grape.

"Vitis vinifera. 1. a flower; 2. the same casting its petals; 3. the pistil and stamens; 4. a section of the ovary; 5. of the seed." -Lindley, 1853

Common Grapevine

"Vitis vinifera. 1. a flower; 2. the same casting its petals; 3. the pistil and stamens; 4. a section…

An illustration of a groundnut plant.

Groundnut

An illustration of a groundnut plant.

Guava (<i>Psidium guayava</i>) is a low-growing West Indian tree belonging to the family Myrtaceæ. It bears white flowers, followed by fragrant, yellow, fleshy fruits, extensively employed in the making of preserves and jellies. The guava also grows in the East Indies; and there is a Chinese variety, <i>P. cattleianum</i>, the strawberry guava.

Guava

Guava (Psidium guayava) is a low-growing West Indian tree belonging to the family Myrtaceæ. It bears…

An illustration of a guava plant.

Guava Plant

An illustration of a guava plant.

Section of the fruit of the Apple Guava (Psidium guayava), a small tree in the Myrtaceae family.

Apple Guava

Section of the fruit of the Apple Guava (Psidium guayava), a small tree in the Myrtaceae family.

Pictured is a section of a half ripe cherry, (p) showing the pulpy flesh and (s) showing the stone.

Cross Section of Half Ripe Cherry

Pictured is a section of a half ripe cherry, (p) showing the pulpy flesh and (s) showing the stone.

"The Hesperidium is a fleshy fruit, in which the epicarp and mesocarp form a thick rind, and the endocarp projects inward, forming triangular divisions, in which pulpy cells are developed, which surround the seeds."&mdash;Darby, 1855

Hesperidium

"The Hesperidium is a fleshy fruit, in which the epicarp and mesocarp form a thick rind, and the endocarp…

The huckleberry is a fruit of the heath family of plants.

Huckleberry

The huckleberry is a fruit of the heath family of plants.

"The fruit of various species of Vaccinium and Gaylussacia, genera which belong to the heath family and are sometimes considered as forming a family" &mdash; Beach, 1909

Huckleberry

"The fruit of various species of Vaccinium and Gaylussacia, genera which belong to the heath family…

A garden variety featuring, edible orange and black berries.

Garden Huckleberry

A garden variety featuring, edible orange and black berries.

The kharob bean, referred to as "Husks fed to the pigs" in the bible. This husk is a fruit from a tree of the same name.

Husks

The kharob bean, referred to as "Husks fed to the pigs" in the bible. This husk is a fruit from a tree…

A tree which produces dark red flowers and fragrant green leaves. The leaves are oval and serrated. They are native to Japan.

Pyrus Japonica

A tree which produces dark red flowers and fragrant green leaves. The leaves are oval and serrated.…

This is a classification of a type of fruit.

Key Fruit of Ash

This is a classification of a type of fruit.