Scientific name: Carica-babaco
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Jack fruitFruit orchard ₡2,300.00 Add to cart
₡2,300.00SKU: 1055 Category: Fruit orchard
Scientific name: Artocarpus heterophyllus
Medicinal use: The jack fruit also known by the name of nanjea and panapén. It is native to Indonesia, and its fruits are large, as you can see in the opening photo. A tree can produce up to 3,000 kilos of fruit per year. The inside of the fruit is yellow to orange in color, similar to mango. Its juice is slightly acidic and deeply sweet, with a flavor that is reminiscent of the mixture of mango and orange in addition to other flavors.
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SundropFruit orchard ₡2,300.00 Add to cart
₡2,300.00SKU: 0175 Category: Fruit orchard
Scientific name: Eugenia victoriana
Origin: S America
Medicinal use: Eugenia victoriana is a small South American fruit tree of the genus Eugenia. Their common names include guayabilla and sundrop. Eugenia victoriana boasts the largest fruit of all known Eugenia species. The trees develop their first flowers in their third or fourth year in the case of the fruits, they are orange in color, and have sour pulp, usually two to four large seeds.
24 in stock
SoursopFruit orchard ₡3,400.00 Add to cart
₡3,400.00SKU: 0900 Category: Fruit orchard
Scientific name: Annona muricata
Origin: Mexico and Tropical America
Medicinal use: Annona muricata, the soursop name of Taino origin, is cultivated for its edible fruits in many countries with a tropical climate. Both the fruit and the leaves of A. muricata are attributed medicinal properties. The most widespread is that it cures cancer but does not specify what type of cancerous tumor. The fruit has a delicious sweet and sour taste, ideal to consume in juices and smoothies; but also the leaves of the graviola have medicinal properties.
68 in stock
Cucumber treeFruit orchard ₡4,000.00 Add to cart
₡4,000.00SKU: 1380 Category: Fruit orchard
Scientific name: Averrhoa bilimbi
Medicinal use: It is a tree that produces fruits of the genus Averrhoa, family Oxalidaceae. In the Philippines, where it is commonly found in home gardens, the fruits are eaten raw or flavored with rock salt. It can be prepared as a curry or added as an acidic agent in the Filipino dish called sinigang. Additionally, the fruit can be preserved as a pickle, which reduces its acidity. Sometimes its flowers are preserved in sugar.
55 in stock