Top 6 Rarest Fruits in the World

Pimentero de Temisas: the island of Gran Canaria in the Canary Islands of Spain. In Spanish, Pimentero de Temisas translates to “Temisas pepper pot.

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Murray’s Plum: is a wild plum species only found in Texas and it is so rare that no one has seen any of the surviving plants produce any fruit since.

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Gergeranian Pear: is a rare fruit found near the village of Ger-Ger in Armenia. The current number of remaining Gergeranian Pear plants is believed.

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Caféier de Humblot: whose seeds produce one of the world’s favorite drinks, coffee. This rare coffee plant is native to the Comoro Islands.

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Madagascar Banana: is a wild species of banana that is related to the Abyssinian Banana, which is Ethiopa’s most important food crop.

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Sardinian Currant: nly grows in one place in Nuoro Province on the island of Sardinia in Italy. Over the years, the estimated number of Sardinian.

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