Scientific name: Quararibea cordata
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LycheeFruit orchard ₡6,300.00 Add to cart
₡6,300.00SKU: 1247 Category: Fruit orchard
Scientific name: Litchi chinensis
Origin: China and Vietnam
Medicinal use: Lychee or litchi is a tropical fruit that is known as an “excellent source of sugar, protein, fiber, vitamins, calcium, potassium, phosphorus and magnesium. The fruit is an ovoid, heart-shaped, or nearly round drupe about 2.5 cm in diameter or larger. The interior is formed by a translucent white juicy pulp, with a sweet and fragrant flavor. It is grown in some places as a melliferous tree, for its fruit rich in minerals (calcium and phosphorus), Vitamin C, A, B1 and B2.
42 in stock
Goji berryChinese, Fruit orchard ₡2,550.00 Add to cart
Scientific name: Lycium barbarum
Medicinal use: It is a hedge or scrub shrub that reaches between 2 and 3 meters in height, and between 2 and 3 and a half meters in width. It has thorny branches and long, whole and somewhat thick leaves. The fruit is a fleshy ovoid berry of red or orange color. Goji berries have been attributed multiple health benefits, however various articles have questioned the scientific endorsement of these alleged virtues.
16 in stock
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.
81 in stock
Kaffir limeCulinary Garden, Essential Oil garden, Fruit orchard ₡7,500.00 Add to cart
Scientific name: Citrus hystrix
Origin: China and New Guinea
Medicinal use: The kaffir or kafir lime (Citrus hystrix) is the fruit of a citrus plant native to tropical Southeast Asia. The kaffir lime, an exotic fruit still little known but essential in many Asian cuisines, especially in Thai. The fresh leaf is thick and somewhat hard, so it is usually added whole to cooking sauces, stews, soups or curries.
51 in stock