Scientific name: Bactris gasipaes
19 in stock
Out of Stock
Lemon, SweetFruit orchard ₡2,550.00 Read more
₡2,550.00SKU: 1226 Category: Fruit orchard
Scientific name: Citrus × limon
Origin: Asia and India
Medicinal use: Citrus × limetta is a kind of citrus. It has a multitude of common names, such as sweet limetta, Mediterranean sweet lemon, sweet lemon, sweet lime and / or simply lime. The sweet lemon has irregular branches, and a relatively soft, greyish-brown wood. The sweet lemon fruit is edible and contains essential oils. The tree for its part is used as an ornamental and as a pattern for grafting.
Out of stock
Lime, Finger, YellowFruit orchard ₡2,550.00 Add to cart
Lime, Finger, Yellow
₡2,550.00SKU: 1215 Category: Fruit orchard
Scientific name: Citrus australasica
Origin: E Australia
Medicinal use: Citrus australasica, known as the finger lemon, is a shrub or small tree. The fruit is cylindrical, 4-8 cm long, sometimes slightly curved. It comes in different colors, including pink and green. The finger lime has recently been popularized as an aboriginal food. The globular pulp has been compared to a “lime caviar”, which can be used as a garnish or added to different recipes. Jams and pickles are also made from this fruit.
29 in stock
PapayaFruit orchard ₡2,550.00 Add to cart
₡2,550.00SKU: 1536 Category: Fruit orchard
Scientific name: Carica papaya
Origin: Mexico and C America
Medicinal use: Carica papaya is a very rich shrubby fruit of the genus Carica in the family Caricaceae. Its fruit is commonly known as papaya, papayón, olocotón, papayo, mamón, milky or milky. The fruits have a smooth texture and an oblong shape, and can be green, yellow, orange or pink. The fruit is usually consumed raw, without its peel and its seeds. The unripe green papaya fruit can be eaten in salads and stews.
21 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.
25 in stock