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fruits I have already used (23/1/09):

strawberry, raspberry, blackberry, blueberry, cranberry, cherry
kiwi, plum (red), pitaya ('dragon fruit'), satsuma, clementine, lemon, lime,
grape (green), mango - redcurrant (august '09)

brussels sprouts, avocado

fruits I haven't yet used (23/1/09):

blackcurrent, gooseberry, damson, melon, peach,
grapefruit (pink), pomegranate, pineapple,
loganberries, tayberries, boysenberries
edible wild fruit
salt (sodium chloride); salts
crystals; cubic (or isometric) crystal system

after Floriography:

pom-, pomo-, pomi- (Latin: fruit, fruit tree)
pomaceous, pomiculture - The art or practice of growing fruit.
pomiferous, pomiform, pomological, pomologist, pomology, Pomona
City in California from Roman mythology, the goddess of fruit.

therefore: 'Pomography' (?)

Fruit Etymology
(1125–75) Middle English fruit 'fruits and vegetables' from Old French fruit from Latin fructus 'enjoyment, proceeds, profits, produce, income', a derivative of Latin frui 'to have the benefit of, to use, to enjoy' from Proto-Indo-European *bhrug- ('to make use of, to have enjoyment of') (wiki- but see also this on fruit).

so perhaps: 'Fructography' (?)

Use of 'pomade' in English is derived from French, pommade, meaning 'an ointment', itself arising from Latin pomum ('fruit, apple') via Italian pomata from pomo, meaning 'apple', because the original ointment recipe contained mashed apples.

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