Guanabana The guanabana, or soursop, is native to Central and South America but is currently grown in Asia. Large inedible seeds make its white pulp difficult to eat. It's worth eating if you like pineapples or strawberries, though, because the guanabana's flavor has been compared to those two fruits.
The Chilean Guava is an absolutely delicious fruit that smells and tastes like cotton candy! It has a creamy, pear-like texture with a flavor that almost everyone loves. Some think it tastes like strawberries or vanilla cream, while others describe it as passion fruit or guava. Unlike some berries, which need to be made into a jam to taste good, the Chilean Guava tastes great fresh!
The Jackfruit tree is well suited to humid tropical lowlands. The flesh is starchy and fibrous, and is a source of dietary fiber with a flavor similar to a tart banana. The fruit is usually eaten green (unripe) after being cooked; however, it can be eaten raw when ripe. 150 or more large fruit per year per tree is common. Seeds may be boiled or roasted. Propagation is by seed and the seeds must be planted within one month, or discarded. The wood of the jackfruit tree makes excellent lumber.