Exotic fruit in our context really contains any fruit that don't really fit in any other category; remember our categories don't necessarily match categories set down in botanical conventions. Many of what we term exotic fruit here would usually be found under a similar heading in supermarkets.
The one thing common to Exotic Fruit in our grouping is that typically - they cannot easily be grown in the UK (or similar mild climates). There are however, as always, exceptions to this rule; most of them could feasibly be grown in a conservatory or large greenhouse, while some, such as figs or kiwi fruit, can be grown outside in sheltered areas.
- Banana - A fruit as popular as it is versatile, how much do you really know about Bananas? You might think they're just yellow, but you can get blue and red ones too.
- Pineapple - Pineapples are one of the most distinctive fruits there is; resembling yucca plans, they have a lot of variation within the species