Apples are a fruit from the apple tree (Malus domestica). Interestingly the apply tree is in the rose family. The apple tree originated in Western Asia.
The apricot is a fruit born of the Prunus armeniaca. Botanically it is closely related to the plum. Apricots are sweet and juicy and light orange in color.
The banana is a fruit of herbaceous flowering plants of the musa genus. They come in yellow, green and red. The banana was first domesticated in Southeast Asia.
A peach is a tasty type of fruit grown on a peach tree (Prunus persica). Peaches are usually light orange in color. The term peach also denotes an orange shade.
The pear is a fruit from the a family of trees in the genus Pyrus. Edible pears come in white, green and red varieties though there are many inedible varieties.
Plums are a fruit born of the tree subgenus, Prunus. Plums are a stone fruit in that they have a single stone-like pit or seed in the center of the fruit.
Pumpkins are a squash from the gourd family native to North America. They grow on vines that produce fist-sized yellow blossoms, that develop into pumpkins.