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Rumberry was introduced to the Philippines in the early 20th century. In Cuba, they are utilized by honeybees as a source for nectar.

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Rowan is related to the rose bush. This highly-acidic fruit comes in a variety of colors including white, yellow, pink, peach, bright orange or red. Vividly orange ones are featured here!

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Though technically edible, Rose Myrtle is not typically regarded as tasty. The fruit contains 20-40 seeds.

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Rose Hip is great to use in tea during cold season. Make sure you get rid of the seeds of the fruit before consumption, as they're properties are used to make itching powder!

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Rimu fruits and flowers once every five to seven years!

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Rhubarb has been dubbed the "pie plant" due to it's most popular use. The leaves are considered toxic, though an average of 5kg would have to be consumed to be considered deadly.

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While Red Mulberry is closely related to the white variety, the red is native to North America.

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With their tropical tart taste, Red Granadilla are usually more valuable than the purple or yellow variety.

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Over 90% of all raspberries sold in the United States are grown in Washington, California or Oregon.

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Rambutan looks like a strawberry that grew fur. However inside it resembles and taste much like a lychee. Although found mostly in Asia, wild versions have been found in Costa Rica called "Chinese Suckers"

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