I think you have a made-up definition for fruits...as in..
"Fruits grow in tress"
The third post down by Cathy is a nice and accurate explanation.
DiGiTAL ViNYL (no email)
Zone 6b/7, Westchester Co, NY, <1 mile off L.I.Sound
3rd year gardener
Maybe someday grapes will grow in trees, too. I saw on TV (I can't
distinguish between science programs, and advertisements) that Keebler is
now growing raspberries in multi-fruit trees. TV wouldn't lie to me, would
VE>I have a question asked by my Gr.1 child. Why Grapes grow in Vines and otherVE>fruits gros in trees? VE>Any one have the answer?
How about: Mother Nature is very wise to make foods available
by many means so all can enjoy them; just as many mothers have
boys and girls to help her with the family needs (they will
straighten this out later, when they mature 8-)
Enjoy your grandchildren; they grow up much too fast.
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