Food is heaven, isn’t it? We all enjoy eating delicious foods but most of us have absolutely no idea how that food grows or is produced. See these pictures you will leave jaw-dropped!
Contrary to what some people think, pineapples don’t grow on trees — they grow out of the ground on spikey looking bushes. The fruit grows in the middle of the plant.
2) Sesame Seeds
Sesame seeds grow in little pods of sprouts plants that grow straight up and tall out of the ground.
They grow under big pretty purple flowers having feathery tops.
4) Brussel Sprouts
They look like the bunch of little cabbages as they grow in a cluster. They grow from a leafy green plant that is about 2.5 to 4 cm in diameter.
The yummy dry fruit grows in clusters on trees. Did you know? It takes seven to ten years for these trees to get significant production with peak production being reached around 20 years.
As the name suggests they grow under the ground. Their plants above the ground have little yellow flowers.
7) Vanilla Bean
Love Vanilla flavor? Ever wonder how its plant look like? It is a flowering plant with white flowers. The plant produces long pods that are treated and dried.
Their yards are exactly like grape yards. It starts out as a flower. The flower turns into kiwis that hang down until they are ready to be harvested.
Cashews are super weird looking. They grow on trees that produce cashew apples, then the nuts grow out of the apples.
The little flowers turn into pods and inside those pods are almonds.
It is a dried tree bark.
The fragrance of this spice can make anyone go mad after food. It grows on bushes just a little above the ground. It starts with a white and pink flower then turn into pods.
They grow on trees in clusters. They look like little guavas when they are raw.