Plant Nursery


Our Plants

    kaffir lime (Citrus hystrix)

    kaffir limes, with their glossy foliage and wrinkled fruits, give many Thai, Indonesian and Cambodian dishes their delicious flavor. The young leaves can be finely shredded for salads, while mature leaves are torn or tossed whole into stir fries, and more. From zest to juice, and leaves to rinds, kaffirs add a lemony-spicy taste.

    Ndonge fruit


    Ndonge is a fruit from West tropical Africa. Ndonge fruit The skin on the Ndonge fruit is pink and shiny, while the pulp inside is a contrasting .      


    Sweet Lemon
    (Citrus limetta)

    Sweet lemon and sweet lime refer to many citrus hybrids that contain low acid pulp and juice. They are hybrids similar to non-sweet lemons and limes, but with less citron parentage,and are identical to the common lemon or lime or just similar to them. Sweet limes and lemons are not sharply separated.

    Mexican lime (Rutaceae)

    Small, bushy, evergreen tree, 3-5 m (10–16 ft) tall, with dense foliage and sharp spines on branches and trunk. Leaves dark green, leathery, aromatic when crushed, elliptic to ovate, 5–7 cm (2– 2.75 in) long, with a minutely serrated edge and a winged petiole. Flowers first pinkish then white, singly or in small racemes, 2–2.5 cm

    Jamaican Milk
    (Chrysophyllum cainito )

    A combination of the chopped flesh with that of mango, citrus, pineapple, other fruits and coconut water is frozen and served as Jamaica Fruit Salad Ice. An attractive way to serve the fruit is to cut around the middle completely through the rind.

    Duriyan (Durio zibethinus)

    World's most divisive fruit? Durian. That big, hulking thorny beast, with an aroma so strong it'll knock your grandma to her feet. ... it's the Kanye West of fruits: you either hate it, or you love it.

    Musang King Duriyan

    Musang King is like black-market gold. It's the most sought after, desired and expensive of all the durian varieties, selling for more than twice the price of average durian.

    Mangifera pajang(Mangifera)


    Mangifera pajang is a species of plant in the family Anacardiaceae. It is found only in Borneo, which comprises the Brunei sultanate, Kalimantan province of Indonesia, and the Malaysian states of Sabah and Sarawak. The fruit is known in Borneo with its native name, Bambangan

    Natal Plum(Carissa macrocarpa)

    Carissa macrocarpa is quite easy to grow. Its seeds germinate 2 to 4 weeks after sowing. The development of the seedlings is very slow at first. Plants cultivated from seeds are bearing fruits within the first 2 years.

    Thaumatococcus danielli(Marantaceae)

    Thaumatococcus daniellii is as sweetener. intensely sweet protein named thaumatin, which is at least 3000 times as sweet as sucrose. In West Africa, the aril is traditionally used for sweetening bread, over-fermented palm-wine and sour food.

    White Jamun (Syzygium cumini)

    The fruit is oblong, ovoid, starts green and turns pink to shining crimson black as it matures. A variant of the tree produces white coloured fruit,commonly known as white jamun.The white jamun fruit has a combination of sweet, mildly sour and astringent flavour.

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    Dracontomelon costatum (Anacardiaceae)

    Dracontomelon costatum is a tree in the cashew and sumac family Anacardiaceae. The specific epithet costatum is from the Latin meaning "ribbed", referring to the leaf veins.The plant is harvested from the wild for local use as a food, and probably also for its wood.

    Velvet Tamarind
    (Dialium indum)

    A popular tropical fruit in parts of southeast Asia , with fuzzy velvet purple, grape-sized fruits. Flavor is tangy, somewhat candy like, and reminiscent of the tamarind. Unknown hardiness, but unlikely hardly to frosts. Thrives in humid, tropical Climates.

    Purple Star Apple
    (Chrysophyllum cainito)

    The fruit is edible; round, usually purple skinned (sometimes greenish-white), often green around the calyx, with a star pattern in the pulp; the flattened seeds are light brown and hard. The fruit skin is chewy like gum, and contrary to some reports.



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Plant Nursery


A plant nursery is a place where any kinds of plants are grown for the sake of being moved or transplanted later. It can occupy a field, garden, greenhouse, or other form of growing space. Usually the plants grown in such a nursery are flowers or household ornamentals. A plant nursery can belong to a commercial establishment such as a garden store, or it can grow plants wholesale for retail sale elsewhere.