Scientific name: Myrcianthes fragrans
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CinnamonFruit orchard ₡0.00 Read more
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Scientific name: Cinnamomum verum
Origin: Sri Lanka
Medicinal use: The cinnamon tree, (Cinnamomum zeylanicum or Cinnamomum verum J.Presl) is an evergreen tree, 10 to 15 meters high, from Sri Lanka. The fruit is a long ellipsoidal berry of about 12.5 cm, very dark, bluish-black in color, with a single seed inside. Ground is widely used in desserts, cakes, sweets, etc., and whole is used to garnish and season some dishes. It is also an ingredient in many curry sauces and other dishes from the East.
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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.
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Cas of Costa RicaFruit orchard ₡2,300.00 Add to cart
Cas of Costa Rica
₡2,300.00SKU: 0490 Category: Fruit orchard
Scientific name: Psidium friedrichsthalianum
Origin: Mexico and S America
Medicinal use: Cas (Psidium friedrichsthalium) is a species of tree in the guava family found mainly in Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Guatemala, and El Salvador. It is used as the base for Cas fresco or cas soda, in which Costa Ricans mix it with sugar and water and sometimes add milk to achieve a fruit-based drink with a slight acid flavor. With that same soda, it is frozen and homemade ice cream is made.
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BiribaFruit orchard ₡3,400.00 Add to cart
₡3,400.00SKU: 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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