9 Hybrid Fruits And Vegetables Worth Trying 

Some hybrid fruits and vegetables have unique flavors, textures, and nutritional benefits. Try these nine hybrid fruits and veggies.  

Plumots, a plum-apricot hybrid, are sweet and tangy. Juicy and colorful, they come in many varieties.  

Pluot  

This is a broccoli-Chinese broccoli hybrid. Its long, sensitive stems and little florets taste sweeter and more delicate than conventional broccoli.  

Broccolini  

Almost like a grapefruit, tangelos are sweet and tart with a hint of bitterness. They have juicy segments and peel easily.  

Tangelo  

Cantaloupe melons are sweet and orange, a cross between a cantaloupe and a honeydew. They mix cantaloupe sweetness with honeydew juice.  

Cantaloupe Fruit  

Plumerrys, another plum-cherry hybrid, are sweet and tangy. They look like plums but taste differently.  

Pluerry  

Caulilini contains delicate florets and fragile stems, a hybrid between cauliflower and broccolini. It roasts and sautés well and tastes mild and sweet.  

Caulilini

Clementines, a mandarin-sweet orange hybrid, are delicious and easy to peel. Some are seedless and popular snacks.  

Clementine  

Kiwi berries, often called baby or hardy kiwi, are grape-sized fruits with smooth, edible skin. Their sweet and tangy flavor is similar to classic kiwi yet easy to eat.  

Kiwi Berry  

Tayberries are reddish-purple and sweet-tart, a mix between blackberries and red raspberries. These are used in jams, jellies, and sweets.  

Tayberry  

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