I love fruit that is colored differently than we expect, but a lot of them sound to be very small, unproductive, or bad tasting.
I’ve got a few plants myself that haven’t yet fruited, so I don’t know how they taste. Pink popcorn blueberry, wonderful pomegranate, redlove apple, and polar blackberry. I’ve heard polar blackberry are very bitter and redlove apples aren’t great right off the tree.
My yellow alpine strawberry is tasty but super small xD White Carolina strawberry is pretty good though!
I’d love some recommendations to try. Strawberries, blackberries, blueberries, raspberries, etc. I’m sure there’s plenty I’ve never heard of. I’d be happy to buy/try some from other growers here as well
I just want some weird looking but very sweet fruit
I’m in Washington state with no greenhouse, most tropicals won’t fruit here or even survive the winter. I actually have pink and purple dragonfruit varieties (Townsend pink and dark star) but they are just weird houseplants due to not being able to grow well outside.
I don’t mean unusual fruit types, I specifically mean common fruits in weird colors
All my pink popcorn either got a disease or came from the nursery with a disease on them. They are not great plants. Pink lemonade is a much better plant if looking for a pink blueberry. I have heard of nocturn as a black blueberry but have not heard or seen resistance on it. I have heard Mountain Rose to be a good red fleshed apple though I have not ate the apple myself and it still needs a pollinator. There are red fleshed pears too. There is purple asparagus but it does not stay purple when cooked and if allowed to continue growing (you should allow the stalk to grow to continue getting more in future years) it turns more green. There is lavender mulberry which gets a purplish tinge to it.
You could always grow a few unusual tomatoes. Aunt Ruby’s German Green, Kelloggs Breakfast, Pink Honey, Bear Creek, Jaune Flammee, and Cherokee Purple would do a number on your tomato taste perception.