The cherry tomato is a very small and round tomato from the eggplant family and has been named cherry for its cherry-like appearance. Origin of this sweet and juicy species is South and Central America.
Carrot is a vegetable from parsley (Apiaceae) family. Although consumed as fruit, it is referred to as vegetable in the literature. Its stems are not used and is grown for the cone-shaped fleshy root part. It is known to be a plant of Asian origin.
Pumpkin, which is one of the summer vegetables, belongs to family Cucurbitaceae. Its origin is thought to be North America. The herbaceous zucchini plant, grown in almost all parts of Turkey, is a creeping plant with a four-corner sectioned body that can grow a few meters in length.