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    Arbutus are small trees or shrubs with red flaking bark and edible red berries. Fruit development is delayed for about five months after pollination.

    Mexican Guava
    (Psidium guajava)

    They are native to Mexico, the Caribbean, Central America and the northern part of South America. Now they are found in all the tropical, and in some subtropical, regions because they are edible fruits. Guava are also a kind of berry fruit on those plants. .

    Kola Nut
    (Areca catechu)

    The kola nut is the fruit of the kola tree, a genus (Cola) of trees that are native to the tropical rainforests of Africa. The caffeine-containing fruit of the tree is used as a flavoring ingredient in beverages, and is the origin of the term "cola".

    African marula
    (Sclerocarya birrea)

    African marula which is also locally called the Elephant tree or the Marriage Tree. It has an alcohol content of 17% by volume. It has had some success at international spirit ratings competitions, winning a ...

    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.

    Egyptian Guava
    (Psidium guajava)

    Egyptian Guava are small trees or shrubs with leathery leaves and a bark that peels easily from the branches. They are native to tropical Africa. The fruits are pear shaped, ripening from green to yellow to white.

    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.


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.