Scientific name: Syzygium samarangense
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Cherry, MexicanFruit orchard ₡3,400.00 Add to cart
₡3,400.00SKU: 0025 Category: Fruit orchard
Scientific name: Malpighia mexicana
Origin: Mexico and C America
Medicinal use: Acerola (Malpighia gabra) is a small fleshy fruit that grows from a shrub originally in Central America. Acerola is a fruit very rich in vitamin C, one of the richest that nature offers us. They are also rich in other antioxidants such as carotenoids, tannins, and phenols. This makes it one of the most antioxidant foods known.
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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.
JaboticabaFruit orchard ₡3,400.00 Add to cart
₡3,400.00SKU: 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.
21 in stock
Cucumber treeFruit orchard ₡4,000.00 Add to cart
₡4,000.00SKU: 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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