15 Fruits that Start with F

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15 Fruits That Start With F

Here’s a list of fruits that start with F. In addition to just listing them, though, we’ll also provide some basic information about each one so you can learn more.

Let’s take a closer look…

1. Fairchild Tangerine

fairchild tangerine

Fairchild tangerines are a combination of the Clementine mandarin and Orlando tangelo. They may not be as good for snacking as clementines, though, because it’s pretty hard to peel them, especially by hand.

2. Farkleberry

Farkleberry may have a funny-sounding name, but it’s still quite edible – if you can tolerate its bitterness. Usually, animals eat it more than people.

Want to read more about berries people do actually eat? Take a look at our guide to the benefits of berries.

3. Fascell Mango

fascell mango

Fascell mango originally came from the sunny state of Florida. It was named after the person who first grew it, Michael Fascell.

It’s shaped more like an apple, and has a sweet flesh without fiber in it.

4. Fazli Mango

Fazli mango

Fazli is a type of mango that comes from India. There, people frequently use it to make a type of jam or pickles. It’s starting to get imported more and more, so it might one day become more common around the world.

5. Fe’i Banana

fei banana

Most people probably only know about the Cavendish banana, which is the type you see most often in grocery stores today. But there are many other types of banana, including the Fe’i.

This banana grows on islands in the Pacific and has a unique appearance. Rather than being long and yellow, it’s stubby and orange.  

6. Feijoa


Feijoa is a South American fruit that tastes like a mix of pineapple and apple. It’s very juicy, with a smell that’s reminiscent of perfume.

7. Fibrous Satinash Fruit


The fibrous satinash fruit comes from Indonesia and Australia. People grow the tree specifically for its fruit, which makes jam.

8. Fig


Figs are fruits that grow largely in the Middle East. It is one of the oldest fruits cultivated by mankind, and you can find references to it in ancient Greek writings by Aristotle.

If you haven’t already, you should give it a try. You can read our guide to what a fig tastes like for more information.

9. Finger Lime

The finger lime grows in Australia, which is why its scientific name is citrus australasica. Its nickname, finger, results from its shape, which is long and thin.

Read Also: What are the Juiciest Limes?

10. Flatwoods Plum

flatwoods plum

You can find the flatwoods plum growing in some southern United States regions. They’re round and purple, with a taste that makes them suitable for jam.

11. Florentine Citron

Do you love the smell of citrus? You might love the Florentine citron, then, as it’s a very aromatic citrus fruit. Some compare its smell to that of the etrog, which is another citrus fruit we included in the below post about fruits that start with E.

12. Florida Strangler Fig

Its intimidating name makes sense if you know how the Florida strangler fig grows. The seeds germinate in the canopy of a different tree, where it grows large enough to eventually kill the hosting tree.

Despite its frightening moniker, though, it is an edible fruit that was eaten by Native Americans long ago. Some people still eat it today.

13. Fox Grape

fox grape

The vividly purple fox grape comes from North America and is the parent of many other types of grapes. Many use fox grapes to make wine.  

14. Fuji Apple

fuji apples

Fuji apples are one of the more well-known apple cultivars. The name comes from the place where it was first grown, Fujisaki, Japan.

15. Fukushu Kumquat

fukushu kumquat

Fukushu kumquat is a type of kumquat that’s a common ingredient in jellies and marmalades. Some also grow it for decorative purposes.

Fruits that Start with F


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