1 Yes, Most Fruits do Grow on Trees
Fruits usually go hand in hand with trees. If you start naming fruits, probably, all of them would be the ones coming from trees. From oranges, apples, limes, peaches to pears, plums, pomegranates, nectarines, grapefruits, persimmons, mangoes, and cherries, coconuts, lemons, the list of fruits growing on trees is probably never-ending.
2 Not Every Fruit Grows on Trees
Even though you can name a lot of fruits that grow on trees, some don't. While some sprout from bushes and small plants, fruits are growing on vines spiraling on the ground.
3 Fruits that Grow on Vines
Probably, you are already aware that watermelons do not grow on trees. You can see them on vines close to the ground.
Fruits like grapes, honeydew melons, and cantaloupes also grow similarly on vines. However, their vines do not just stay on the land but actually start climbing. Not all vines stay near to the ground. Various vines produce fruits and start growing pretty tall. They are then trained on trellis or buildings. Such fruit-bearing vines include kiwis as well as hops.
4 Fruits that Grow on Bushes
There are various fruits that neither grows on trees nor vines. They take the help of bushes for growing. These include most berries such as raspberries and blueberries as well as other fruits like currants, goji, and strawberries.
5 Fruits that Grow on Plants
Although pineapple has the word ‘pine’ in its name, it does not really grow on trees. Pineapples actually grow from plants close to the land. Its name is derived from "pina" which is a Spanish word for pine, and it reminded folks of pine cones. The term "apple" in its name is due to its very sweet taste.
Besides plants, pineapples can even grow in water. All you have to do is just dip some leftover pineapple along with the leafy portion, poke some toothpicks in the cutting and then let it hand on the water. Keep it in a warmer room and keep changing the water regularly. Once new roots start appearing, replant the pineapple cutting into any soil medium and see it flourish. (See What are the examples of red fruits?)
6 Even Avocadoes can Grow in Water!
Just like pineapples, you can even grow avocado in water. Start by removing the pit of your avocado and then clean it properly. Poke in toothpicks at the bottom of its pit. Now, keep it suspended in a clean dish with water. Submerge around half of the pit. Keep the avocado jar on your windowsill and keep changing the water regularly. Once your plant reaches a height of around seven inches, it can easily be replanted in the soil.