There's really nothing quite as satisfying as growing your own food, especially when you know how much work you've put in it! But nothing will give you better satisfaction than growing these 10 unique fruits and vegetables!

These unique fruits and vegetables are great to grow because you can't find them at the grocery store (for the most part), and they'll really make your garden pop! Plus, how exciting is it to grow something that no one's even heard of?!

10 Unique Fruits and Vegetables

#1. Heirloom Pineapple Alpine Strawberry

hairloom pineaple alpine strawberries
Source: Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds

Grown best in containers and/or hanging baskets, these small but delicious strawberries taste like pineapple and roses! Can it get any better than that?!

#2. Black Nebula Carrot

black nebula carrots

These deep purple carrots sound like something out of a sci-fi movie, but they're nice and sweet and are sure to add a pop of color to your dinner plate!

#3. Chinese Pink Celery

chinese pink celery
Source: Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds

If you think celery is boring, think again! This slightly sweeter version has bright pink stalks making it a super fun vegetable (and one that your kids may actually eat!). Grow Chinese pink celery like you would grow regular celery!

#4. Apollo Broccoli

apollo broccoli

If you're a fan of broccoli and kale, you'll love the Apollo Broccoli, which is sort of like a hybrid of the two! It has the stalks of broccoli, and the leaves of kale, making it the perfect addition to any garden!

#5. Strawberry Spinach

strawberry spinach

The strawberry spinach plant is an amazing plant that's not very well known, but should be! Both the leaves and the berries are edible and they make for a great summer salad!

#6. Brad's Atomic Grape Tomato

Brad's Atomic Grape Tomato
Source: Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds

These grape tomatoes have a purple-yellow-red flesh that's unlike any other grape tomato! Their sweet flavor is unrelieved and they grow on the vine. Brad's Atomic grape tomatoes can be grown in containers or in the ground provided you give them a stake to climb onto!

#7. Asparagus Pea

asparagus pea

Also known as the winged bean, asparagus peas have actually nothing to do with asparagus or peas, other than the fact that they taste like a combination of both! Well suited for poor soil!

#8. Blue Jade Corn

blue jade corn

The perfect variety of corn to grow in containers (the stalks only reach 2-3 feet in height), Blue Jade corn has striking navy blue kernels that will impress anyone!

#9. Oyster Leaf

oyster leaf
Source: Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds

This unusual green may look like some type of lettuce (and it is!), but it tastes like oysters! Perfect for those who want more veggies in their life without having to sacrifice the taste!

#10. Dragon Tongue Bush Beans

dragon tongue bush beans
Source: Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds

These purple and yellow beans are nothing but ordinary! If you've been growing regular old beans this whole time, it's time to up your game with Dragon Tongue bush beans!

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