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GuisaroFruit orchard ₡2,300.00 Add to cart
₡2,300.00Category: Fruit orchard
Scientific name: Psidium guineense
Origin: Mexico and Tropical America
Medicinal use: Small tree (bush type), with a wide, sparse, layered umbelliform crown and hanging branches. The güisaro berry type fruits are harvested in the months of August to November in the Central Valley of Costa Rica. The ripeness of its fruits is recognized by its dark color and dispersal moment, especially of the barócora type. The fruit is excellent for jellies.
Jack fruitFruit orchard ₡2,550.00 Add to cart
₡2,550.00SKU: 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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Passion flower, EstococcaFruit orchard ₡1,700.00 Add to cart
Passion flower, Estococca
₡1,700.00Category: Fruit orchard
Scientific name: Passiflora adenopoda
Origin: Mexico and S America
Medicinal use: Passiflora adenopoda is a herbaceous species belonging to the Passifloraceae family. The stems are angular, striated and hispid. The inflorescence is reduced to one or two flowers, white, with a purple or violet center. The Estococa (Cartudovica palmata) is a beautiful palm whose fruit has been used by the different indigenous cultures of Costa Rica for the preparation of different recipes, some eat it boiled, others cooked on the embers.
BiribaFruit orchard ₡3,750.00 Add to cart
₡3,750.00SKU: 0320 Category: Fruit orchard
Scientific name: Annona mucosa
Origin: S America
Medicinal use: Of the approximately 65 species of the genus Rollinia (family Annonaceae), only a few bear edible fruits and among the best known is the biriba. In the Amazon, the tree can flower and bear fruit throughout the year, but the fruits are more abundant from January to June. The fruit is considered analeptic and antiscorbutic. The powder from the seeds is said to be a remedy for enterocolitis. In addition, the fruit is consumed fresh and fermented to make wine in Brazil.
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