Scientific name: Garcinia Mangostana
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SundropFruit orchard ₡2,550.00 Add to cart
₡2,550.00SKU: 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.
74 in stock
PomegranateFruit orchard ₡2,550.00 Add to cart
₡2,550.00SKU: 0876 Category: Fruit orchard
Scientific name: Punica granatum
Origin: Iran and India
Medicinal use: The pomegranate (Punica granatum) is a small deciduous fruit tree of the Lythraceae family, whose fruit is the pomegranate. The fruit is in a 5-12 cm balausta, spherical, leathery, reddish or reddish-yellow. Although the species is not native to Japan, it is widely cultivated in this country. Pomegranate juice is used as a natural dye in factories for non-synthetic products. The fruit is eaten fresh, grain by grain, removing the rind and bitter flakes.
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JaboticabaFruit orchard ₡3,750.00 Add to cart
₡3,750.00SKU: 1050 Category: Fruit orchard
Scientific name: Plinia cauliflora
Origin: S Africa
Medicinal use: The Jaboticaba or guapurú is a tortuous-looking tree, with few branches, thick bark and a bit thorny. It has a thin and smooth skin, while its pulp is white and juicy, with a bittersweet flavor. It is consumed directly as fresh fruit, but soft drinks, jams, liqueurs, homemade vinegars and others are also prepared. It is consumed directly as fresh fruit, but soft drinks, jams, liqueurs, homemade vinegars and others are also prepared.
66 in stock
Cucumber treeFruit orchard ₡4,400.00 Add to cart
₡4,400.00SKU: 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.
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