The Fruit ClipArt gallery offers 369 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.

Illustrated is a basket packed with melons.

Melon Basket

Illustrated is a basket packed with melons.

Pictured is a crate of melons.

Melon Crate

Pictured is a crate of melons.

"A plant of the same genus with the Cucumber, much cultivated for its fruit, which is sweet, with a delicious though peculiar flavor and smell." — Chambers, 1881

Melons

"A plant of the same genus with the Cucumber, much cultivated for its fruit, which is sweet, with a…

The Mulberry contains masses of simple fruits belonging to different flowers, compacted together,(Gray, 1858).

Mulberry

The Mulberry contains masses of simple fruits belonging to different flowers, compacted together,(Gray,…

A mulberry.

Mulberry

A mulberry.

White mulberry is the common name of <i>morus alba</i>. The fruit is white or violet and very sweet.

White Mulberry

White mulberry is the common name of morus alba. The fruit is white or violet and very sweet.

Natal plum is the common name of <i>carissa grandiflora</i>. The fruit is scarlet and the size of a plum. It is used for jellies and preserves.

Natal Plum

Natal plum is the common name of carissa grandiflora. The fruit is scarlet and the size of a plum. It…

Nectarines with firm flesh are classed as clingstone. Pictured is the whole fruit and a section with the stone left intact.

Clingstone Nectarine

Nectarines with firm flesh are classed as clingstone. Pictured is the whole fruit and a section with…

Pictured is a fruiting branch of nectarine showing the method of stopping to assist the development of the fruit.

Fruiting Branch of Nectarine

Pictured is a fruiting branch of nectarine showing the method of stopping to assist the development…

The nectarine is a smooth-skinned peach. The nectarine is grown in California mostly for drying and canning.

Nectarines

The nectarine is a smooth-skinned peach. The nectarine is grown in California mostly for drying and…

New Zealand Flax is a liliaceous plant bearing tough, radical leaves, usually about four feet in length. in early autumn, it bears large, reddish or yellow flowers, with tubular perianths. The plant yields a valuable fiber which is stripped by machinery and used for making baskets, ropes, etc. This illustration shows fruit of New Zealand Flax

New Zealand Flax (Fruit)

New Zealand Flax is a liliaceous plant bearing tough, radical leaves, usually about four feet in length.…

Fruiting plant common of the Fragaria genus.

Strawberry Nubbin

Fruiting plant common of the Fragaria genus.

This is a classification of a type of fruit.

Nut

This is a classification of a type of fruit.

The nutmeg melon is a type of muskmelon. The rinds are usually very hard.

Nutmeg Melon

The nutmeg melon is a type of muskmelon. The rinds are usually very hard.

"Cross-section of an orange. a, axis of fruit with dots showing cut-off ends of fibro-vascular bundles; p, partition between cells of ovary; S, seed; c, cell of ovary filled with a pulp composed of irregular tubes full of juice; o, oil reservoirs near outer surface of rind; e, corky layer of epidermis." -Bergen, 1896

Orange

"Cross-section of an orange. a, axis of fruit with dots showing cut-off ends of fibro-vascular bundles;…

Two forms of the fruit, the bergamot orange.

Bergamot Orange

Two forms of the fruit, the bergamot orange.

Common or sweet orange is the common name of citrus sinensis. It is a medium sized tree with a rounded top. The flowers are white. The fruit is oval with sweet pulp.

Common or Sweet Orange

Common or sweet orange is the common name of citrus sinensis. It is a medium sized tree with a rounded…

Orange trees flower from February to March. The fruits grow to maturity is nine to eleven months.

Fruiting Branch of Orange

Orange trees flower from February to March. The fruits grow to maturity is nine to eleven months.

Kawachi, a Japanese-American type of orange.

Kawachi Orange

Kawachi, a Japanese-American type of orange.

An oonshiu orange, one of the tangerine type.

Oonshiu Orange

An oonshiu orange, one of the tangerine type.

An illustration of a branch from an osage-orange plant with female inflorescence. Osage-orange, Horse-apple or Bois D'Arc (Maclura pomifera) is dioeceous plant species, with male and female flowers on different plants. It is a small deciduous tree or large shrub, typically growing to 8&ndash;15 metres (26&ndash;49 ft) tall. The fruit, a multiple fruit, is roughly spherical, but bumpy, and 7-15 cm in diameter, and it is filled with a sticky white latex sap. In fall, its color turns a bright yellow-green and it has a faint odor similar to that of oranges

Female Inflorescence of the Osage-Orange

An illustration of a branch from an osage-orange plant with female inflorescence. Osage-orange, Horse-apple…

The fruit of the Papaw, Asimina triloba (Keeler, 1915).

Papaw Fruit

The fruit of the Papaw, Asimina triloba (Keeler, 1915).

The papaya or fruit from the Carica Papaya plant.

Papaya

The papaya or fruit from the Carica Papaya plant.

The common names of passiflora edulis are passion flower and passion fruit. Edulis is edible. The fruit is a livid purple color when ripe. The pulp is orange colored and has a taste resembling the flavor of an orange.

Fruit and Leaves of Passiflora Edulis

The common names of passiflora edulis are passion flower and passion fruit. Edulis is edible. The fruit…

A class of fruit trees including many varieties, and cultivated in all the countries having a warm or temperate climate. Some writers have classed the peach tree as a distinct genus, while others consider it allied to the almond, cherry, and plum.

Peach

A class of fruit trees including many varieties, and cultivated in all the countries having a warm or…

"Longitudinal section of a peach." -Bergen, 1896

Peach

"Longitudinal section of a peach." -Bergen, 1896

"Fruit of Peach (Prunus persica). En, endocarp; Ep, epicarp; Mes, mesocarp." -Whitney, 1911

Peach

"Fruit of Peach (Prunus persica). En, endocarp; Ep, epicarp; Mes, mesocarp." -Whitney, 1911

An illustration of a peach on the branch.

Peach

An illustration of a peach on the branch.

An illustration of a Crawford's early peach.

Crawford's Early Peach

An illustration of a Crawford's early peach.

Illustration of a late admirable peach.

Late Admirable Peach

Illustration of a late admirable peach.

Illustration of a president peach.

President Peach

Illustration of a president peach.

Brown-rot, healthy peach above, diseased below

Healthy and diseased peaches

Brown-rot, healthy peach above, diseased below

A tree of many varieties, some of which produce delicious fruit.

Pear

A tree of many varieties, some of which produce delicious fruit.

A fruit tree belonging to the same genus as the apple, and cultivated extensively for its fruit. It is native to Eurasia, where it may be found in many regions still growing wild, either in the form of a shrub or a tree.

Pear

A fruit tree belonging to the same genus as the apple, and cultivated extensively for its fruit. It…

An illustration of a pear.

Pear

An illustration of a pear.

The autumn bergamot pear is small and roundish. The skin is brownish green on the shady side and reddish brown next to the sun. The flesh is juicy and richly flavored.

Autumn Bergamot Pear

The autumn bergamot pear is small and roundish. The skin is brownish green on the shady side and reddish…

The beurre bosc pear has medium sized fruit The skin is yellow covered all over with orange russet. The fruit has a melting, buttery, very rich flavor.

Beurre Bosc Pear

The beurre bosc pear has medium sized fruit The skin is yellow covered all over with orange russet.…

Beurre sterckmans pears are medium sized with yellow russet skin. The flavor is very juicy, melting, and rich.

Beurre Sterckmans Pear

Beurre sterckmans pears are medium sized with yellow russet skin. The flavor is very juicy, melting,…

The Easter Beurre pear is large with dull green skin. The fruit has a buttery and juicy flavor and is finely perfurmed.

Easter Beurre Pear

The Easter Beurre pear is large with dull green skin. The fruit has a buttery and juicy flavor and is…

Shown is the system or mode of bearing the fruit of a pear tree.

Fruiting Branchlet of Pear

Shown is the system or mode of bearing the fruit of a pear tree.

Illustration of a cross section of a Jalousie de Fontenay Vendee pear.

Jalousie de Fontenay Vendee Pear

Illustration of a cross section of a Jalousie de Fontenay Vendee pear.

The passe crassane pear is medium sized with greenish yellow skin with brown dots. The flesh is somewhat gritty, half melting, and finely perfurmed.

Passe Crassane Pear

The passe crassane pear is medium sized with greenish yellow skin with brown dots. The flesh is somewhat…

Illustration of a Portugal quince pear.

Portugal Quince Pear

Illustration of a Portugal quince pear.

An illustration of the cross section of a Portugal quince pear.

Cross section of a Portugal Quince Pear

An illustration of the cross section of a Portugal quince pear.

Uvedale's St. Germain pears are very large with dark green skin. These pears can sometimes weigh over two pounds.

Uvedale's St. Germain Pear

Uvedale's St. Germain pears are very large with dark green skin. These pears can sometimes weigh over…

Illustration of a cross section of a Washington pear.

Washington Pear

Illustration of a cross section of a Washington pear.

An illustration of a Washington pear.

Washington Pear

An illustration of a Washington pear.

Williams' bon chretien pears are large with pale yellow skin. The flesh has a tender, melting delicious flavor. It is a great dessert pear.

Williams' Bon Chretien Pear

Williams' bon chretien pears are large with pale yellow skin. The flesh has a tender, melting delicious…

Illustration of a variety of pears. including:1. Imperial Gage2. Jalousie de Fontenay Vendee3. Breda.

Variety of pears

Illustration of a variety of pears. including: 1. Imperial Gage 2. Jalousie de Fontenay Vendee 3. Breda.

An illustration of wild pears growing on a tree branch.

Wild Pears

An illustration of wild pears growing on a tree branch.

A pepo is a sort of berry with a harder rind.

Pepo

A pepo is a sort of berry with a harder rind.

The Persian melon has elongated, pear shaped fruits of medium size. This melon doesn't have ribs and is only slightly netted. The rind is yellow marbled with dark green. The flesh is greenish white and very sugary.

Persian Melon

The Persian melon has elongated, pear shaped fruits of medium size. This melon doesn't have ribs and…

Pictured is a persimmon of the diospyros kaki variety. The fruit is one and a half to three inches across. It resembles a tomato. The fruit is orange or reddish.

Persimmon

Pictured is a persimmon of the diospyros kaki variety. The fruit is one and a half to three inches across.…

Native or common persimmon is the common name of diospyros virginiana. The fruit is round and plum-like. The fruit is pale orange with red cheek. It varies is size, color, and flavor.

Native Persimmon

Native or common persimmon is the common name of diospyros virginiana. The fruit is round and plum-like.…

The common name of physalis alkekengi is winter cherry. The fruit is scarlet and edible.

Fruit of Physalis Alkekengi

The common name of physalis alkekengi is winter cherry. The fruit is scarlet and edible.

A tropical plant and its fruit; so called from the resemblance of the latter in shape and external appearance to the cone of the pine tree.

Pineapple

A tropical plant and its fruit; so called from the resemblance of the latter in shape and external appearance…

A sweet, yellow fruit resembling a pine cone.

Pineapple

A sweet, yellow fruit resembling a pine cone.

The popular fruit which is native to South America.

Pineapple

The popular fruit which is native to South America.

An illustration of a pineapple.

Pineapple

An illustration of a pineapple.

"Pineapple is a plant of the natural order Bromeliac&aelig;. The flowers rise from the center of the plant, and are in a large conical spike, surmounted by spiny leaves called the crown. The conical spike of flowers ultimately becomes enlarged and juicy, constituting the pineapple, considered one of the finest of fruits. More than 50 varieties have been produced. The plant grows in the S. portion of the United States and in Hawaii. In the islands they sometimes reach the weight of 17 pounds, though the average weight is six. Since 1883 there have been large exports of this fruit from the various islands."&mdash;(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Pineapple

"Pineapple is a plant of the natural order Bromeliacæ. The flowers rise from the center of the…