Pepper refers to a group of varieties of the species Capsicum annuum, is widely used in cooking around the world. The different varieties of bell peppers produce fruits with different colors, the best known being green, yellow and red. However, there are other quite exotic varieties, such as white, purple, bluish, black and orange. They are native to Mexico, Central America and the north of South America.
The pear is the edible fruit of the pear tree, a tree from the genus Pyrus L., family Rosaceae, and one of the most important fruit trees of temperate regions.
Blueberries, also known as vaccium myrtillus is the fruit of a shrub belonging to the Ericaceae family. Blueberry plants are small shrubs native to Eurasia and the European forests.
The mango is the fruit of a mango tree (Mangifera indica L.), a fruit tree of the Anacardiaceae family, native to South and Southeast Asia, from East India to the Philippines. Introduced to new regions, the mango can now be found in Brazil, Angola, Mozambique, and other tropical countries. Portuguese traders who brought mangos from Asia popularized the fruits in Europe.
Apples are pseudo fruit of the apple tree (Malus Domestica), and is one of the most cultivated tree pseudofruits.