Tayberry belonging to the family of Rosacea has existed since 1979. From a distance, it’s quite similar to a rose flower. It’s a cross between two species of raspberry and blackberry. The shape of the bush fruit is like a cone, and the color turns into something reddish purple when it ripens. To let it produce some fruits, ensure that you place the three under the full sun and grow it in an environment full of organic materials. When common berries tend to be acidic, tayberry is on the contrary. Interestingly, it is resistant to late yellow rust.

12. Plumcot<

12. Plumcot

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One of the innovative representations of hybrid plants that captivate any fruit enthusiasts is this guy – the plumcot. It actually is the combination of plum and apricot. The fleshy product of nowadays’ agricultural invention looks attention-grabbing, doesn’t it? The aprium assortment (25 percent apricot and 75 percent plum) has highly dense flesh texture making it convenient for elder people. It is also famous for its sweet taste. Meanwhile, pluot that contains 25 percent plum and 75 percent apricot have medium size and flavor balancing sweet and sour. Other varieties you might have a try include Cot-N-Candy and Flavor Delight.

13. Tangelo13. Tangelo

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Tangelo is a hybrid fruit blending orange and tangerine. It is commonly characterized by the citrusy aroma that is overly refreshing. The great notable feature of this invented fruit is that it can easily be peeled due to the presence of the loose skin. Tangelo comes with two popular varieties – Orlando and Minneola. The first selection has a special zesty smell, big size, shape moderately round. Speaking of texture, it is unbelievably juicy. The seeds of the species are rare. Meanwhile, Minneola or Honeybell is a mix between a Dancy tangerine and a Duncan grapefruit. It is bigger and, for sure, sweeter than its friends.

14. Blood Lime14. Blood Lime

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Blood lime is a hybrid fruit mixing the Ellendale Mandarin and red finger lime. Compared to the common limes, the blood one tends to be smaller with the length reaching 4 centimeters and diameter of 2 centimeters. You will love this citrusy kind as it tastes sweeter and more invigorating. The red flesh is comprised of vesicles. If the standard limes are harvested either in spring or summer, this type is reaped during the chilly winter. It’s only one of its kinds, isn’t it? The highlight doesn’t stop there; the skin of blood lime can immediately be consumed.

15. Jostaberry15. Jostaberry

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Jostaberry is a complicated cross among three kinds of species, European gooseberry, blackcurrant, as well as North American coastal dark gooseberry. When it comes to size, jostaberry is, to some extent, bigger than blackcurrant and smaller than a gooseberry. The black fruit owns a unique taste combining the flavor of gooseberry and blackcurrant. Despite so, the acquired taste of the unripe one is where the gooseberry dominates. In nature, the tree can grow up to two meters. This variety is way more resistant than the rests. It can fortify itself from plant parasites such as American gooseberry mildew.

16. Yuzu

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Yuzu or Citrus Junos is a hybrid citrus fruit that gains popularity in East Asia like Japan and Korea. The best description of it is it has heavy, aromatic smell, yellow skin with uneven surface, and size relatively small. The fruits are produced by an upright tree loaded with big thorns and their dark green leaves go with expansive petioles. It has a close relation to the strongly scented Japanese citrus namely sudachi. The fascinating part of it is its endurance against harsh winter with cold temperature up to -9 °C. Originating from Tibet and becoming one the limelight in the world of hybrid plants, yuzu is now available in the world’s markets.

17. Limequat

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Limequat is another hybrid citrus, a cross combining the key lime as well as the kumquat. Produced from the bushy plant, this fruit has varied amazing highlights you need to have an eye for. When the age of the tree is young, it already has a wonderful capability of generating plenty of juicy products. Meanwhile, the skin surprisingly comes with sweet taste beyond your expectation and so does the pulp. While other varieties can’t wholly be consumed, this sort goes with an exception. Containing high vitamin C, it’s often used for many health purposes. For cultivation, grow it in a medium with dried soil.

18. Ugli Fruit

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Native to Jamaica, ugli fruit is the cool representation of three citrus fruits including orange, grapefruit, and not to mention tangerine. As its name suggests, one of the favored hybrid plants appears less interesting, full of wrinkles and rough. Despite its unappealing look, ugli fruit has flesh overly juicy and aromatic rind perfecting your summer refreshment. The seasonal variety is obtainable within months between December and April.

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