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.

Composite, or compound flower, from one of the largest botanical orders. 4, single fruit.

Single Fruit

Composite, or compound flower, from one of the largest botanical orders. 4, single fruit.

This is a classification of a type of fruit.

Sorosis (mulberry)

This is a classification of a type of fruit.

Star apple and caimito are the common names of chrysophyllum cainito. The fruit is the size of an apple with a star shaped core. The fruit is eaten raw.

Star Apple

Star apple and caimito are the common names of chrysophyllum cainito. The fruit is the size of an apple…

This is a young, forming strawberry, divided lengthwise,(Gray, 1858).

Strawberry

This is a young, forming strawberry, divided lengthwise,(Gray, 1858).

A plant and its fruit of many varieties.

Strawberry

A plant and its fruit of many varieties.

A strawberry.

Strawberry

A strawberry.

A genus of plants extensively cultivated for their luscious fruit. They were so named from the practice of laying straw between the rows to keep the ground moist and free from weeds.

Strawberry

A genus of plants extensively cultivated for their luscious fruit. They were so named from the practice…

This is a classification of a type of fruit.

Strawberry

This is a classification of a type of fruit.

An illustration of a strawberry plant with fruit.

Strawberry Plant

An illustration of a strawberry plant with fruit.

A potted strawberry plant.

Strawberry Plant

A potted strawberry plant.

"Large oblong or oblong conical, sometimes flattene, seeds but slightly imbedded; color scarlet; flesh firm, solid; nearly white, of good flavor." —Fuller, 1910

Durand strawberry

"Large oblong or oblong conical, sometimes flattene, seeds but slightly imbedded; color scarlet; flesh…

"Large round; pale crimson or deep scarlet; seeds slightly sunken, rather soft, acid, without richness, but highly perfumed. A wonderfully hardy and productive variety; extensively cultivated a few years since for market, as it succeeds on a great variety of soils, and when left to grow with little or no cultivation." —Fuller, 1910

Green prolific strawberry

"Large round; pale crimson or deep scarlet; seeds slightly sunken, rather soft, acid, without richness,…

The Woodland Strawberry (Fragaria vesca) is a flowering plant in Rosaceae, the rose family.

Woodland Strawberry

The Woodland Strawberry (Fragaria vesca) is a flowering plant in Rosaceae, the rose family.

A state of flower or fruit in which the carpels are united.

Syncarpous

A state of flower or fruit in which the carpels are united.

An illustration of a tomato.

Tomato

An illustration of a tomato.

The fruit of a family Pyrus.

Pear Tomato

The fruit of a family Pyrus.

A plant which produces white or faintly pink flowers, with very small leaves and lobed leaves. They are common in Japan and bloom in May.

Pyrus Toringo

A plant which produces white or faintly pink flowers, with very small leaves and lobed leaves. They…

" Almonds come from Spain and Italy, but they grow spontaneously in many other warm countries. There are two kinds of almonds, the sweet and the bitter, only differing from each other in the flavor of the nut. Valentia almonds are sweet and large; Italian not either so large or sweet." -Lupton

Almond Tree

" Almonds come from Spain and Italy, but they grow spontaneously in many other warm countries. There…

"The date is the fruit of a tall and graceful palm which shoots up a single straight stem to height of fifty or sixty feet, and then expands into a beautiful crown of leaves.

Date Tree

"The date is the fruit of a tall and graceful palm which shoots up a single straight stem to height…

A well-known climbing shrub, which consists of climbing plants with woody stems, simple or compound leaves, small green flowers, and round berries.

Vine

A well-known climbing shrub, which consists of climbing plants with woody stems, simple or compound…

The vine of a peanut plant.

A Peanut Vine

The vine of a peanut plant.

Grape vines.

Vines

Grape vines.

"Vitis is the typical genus of the order Vitaceæ, comprising the vines. The Vitis Vinifera is popularly known as the grape vine."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Vitis Vinifera

"Vitis is the typical genus of the order Vitaceæ, comprising the vines. The Vitis Vinifera is…

The fruit and plant of the vine-like herb originally from southern Africa. This flowering plant bears an accessory fruit of a type that botanists call a false berry. The watermelon fruit, loosely considered a type of melon, has a smooth exterior rind and a juicy, sweet, usually red interior flesh.

Watermelon

The fruit and plant of the vine-like herb originally from southern Africa. This flowering plant bears…

An illustration of a watermelon with a quarter missing.

Watermelon

An illustration of a watermelon with a quarter missing.

Illustrated is a market watermelon.

Market Watermelon

Illustrated is a market watermelon.

The winter melon is the largest of the white fleshed kinds. This melon varies in size and color.

Winter Melon

The winter melon is the largest of the white fleshed kinds. This melon varies in size and color.

"A wormy apple, showing the familiar mass of brown particles thrown out at the blossom-end by the young worm." — Goff, 1904

Wormy Apple

"A wormy apple, showing the familiar mass of brown particles thrown out at the blossom-end by the young…

"Section of wormy apple; a, codling moth; b, cocoon." — Goff, 1904

Wormy Apple

"Section of wormy apple; a, codling moth; b, cocoon." — Goff, 1904