14 Fruits That Start With W

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You might have thought there aren't many fruits that start with W but that's not the case - we have about 14 of them for you to learn more of.

Now that we’re done with sharing fruits that start with X, let’s talk fruits that start with W.

If you have no clue what are some of the fruits beginning with W, worry not; this article is all about it.

Also, if you want to discover more of foods, not just fruits, that start with W, here they are.

That being said, let’s get started with knowing fruits that start with W.

Fruits That Start With W:


Following are the fruits starting with W that you might not know of yet.

1 – Watermelon Fruit:

Watermelon is the very first fruit that starts with W.

It is a vine from the flowering plant family called Cucurbitaceae.

2 – Walnut Fruit:

Walnuts are the nuts from the trees of Juglans genus that are edible.

The seed and fruit of walnut is enclosed in a thick husk that is inedible.

3 – Water Apple Fruit:

Water apple fruit, also known as java apple, is a plant species from the family called Myrtaceae.

It is a bell-shaped fruit that comes in various colors.

4 – Wax Apple Fruit:

Wax apple fruit is another name of water apple fruit or java apple.

Again, it’s an edible, bell-shaped fruit that comes in various colors like red or green for instance.

5 – Wax Gourd Fruit:

Wax gourd, also known as ash gourd, is a vine that is grown for its edible fruit that is very large.

The fruit, however, is fuzzy when young.

Only when mature can you eat wax gourd fruit.

6 – Wax Jambu Fruit:

Wax jambu fruit is yet another name for java apple or water apple – a bell-shaped fruit that comes in various colors.

7 – White Aspen Fruit:

White aspen fruit is a fruit that is grown on white aspen tree, also called Acronychia oblongifolia.

The fruit is white in color and is usually grown in a winter season.

8 – White Mulberry Fruit:

White mulberry fruit is grown on morus alba, also called white mulberry tree.

The trees are often found in northern China.

9 – White Sapote Fruit:

White sapote fruit is a tropical fruit that is grown on a tree called casimiroa edulis.

These trees and fruits are native to eastern Mexico and central America.

10 – Wild Orange Fruit:

Wild orange fruit somewhat resembles oranges but isn’t a true orange.

They are usually found in Australia.

11 – Wineberry Fruit:

Wineberry fruit comes with orange or red color but it isn’t considered to be a berry.

It is more of an aggregate fruit instead of a berry.

12 – Winter Melon Fruit:

Winter melon fruit is another name for wax gourd fruit, also known as ash gourd.

13 – Wolfberry Fruit:

Wolfberry fruit, also known as goji, is a fruit from the species of boxthorn in the nightshade family.

These species are native to Asia and so the fruit is often found to be used in Asian cuisines.

14 – Wood Apple Fruit:

Wood apple fruit is a fruit that has a funny smell with a delicious taste like that of raisin jam.

On outside, it looks like a coconut.

This is all there is about fruits of letter W.

Do you think we missed something? If so, comments’ section is always open for you to submit the missing fruits and we’ll add them.

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The information contained within this article and overall site is merely for informational purposes and is based on historical facts. Please always consult with your dietitian before creating a diet plan for yourself.