Cornus Canadensis or Canadian Bunchberry is a perennial herbaceous fruit bearing shrub, native to boreal forests. Fruit is edible, eaten fresh or cooked added to breakfast cereals or used for making jams, sauce, pies and puddings.
Fruit Bearing Plants
Randia formosa or Blackberry Jam Fruit is an evergreen, tropical fruit bearing plant native to Central and South America. Fruit is edible, eaten fresh or used to make jams, jellies and preserves.
Pandanus conoideus or Buah Merah is a tropical fruit bearing plant, native to Papua New Guinea. Fruit is edible, good source of nutrients, eaten cooked and made into a red ketchup-like sauce.
Fuchsia splendens or Fruit Bearing Fuchsia is a deciduous, fruit bearing plant, native to parts of Southern Mexico. fruit is edible, eaten fresh or made into jams.
Callicarpa americana or Beautyberry is a small fruit bearing tree or shrub native to Southern United States. Fruit is edible but only in small quantities, because they are astringent. Fruit are also used in wine and jellies.
Cassinopsis ilicifolia is fruiting plant indigenous to southern Africa. Fruit is smooth, fleshy, bright orange when mature with varying taste and flavor.