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    White sapota

    The White Sapote It is a rare and unusual fruit, and is a member of the Rutaceae family, which also includes the familiar citrus. White Sapote trees are vigorous and beautiful, growing between 15 and 40 feet tall with glossy green palmate leaves.

    Red Sapota (Sapotaceae)

    Rad sapote or Mamey, is a species of tree native. Red sapote is a large and highly ornamental evergreen tree that can reach a height of 15 to 45 meters (49 to 148 ft) at maturity. reddish colour of its flesh in fruit. The fruit's texture is creamy and soft, the flavor is a mix of sweet potato, pumpkin, honey, prune etc..

    Black Sapote (Diospyros nigra)

    Diospyros nigra, the black sapote, is a species of persimmon. Common names include chocolate pudding fruit, black soapapple and (in Spanish) zapote prieto.The tropical fruit tree is native to eastern Mexico, the Caribbean, Central America, and into Colombia. The common name sapote refers to any soft, edible fruit. Black sapote is not related to white sapote nor mamey sapote.

    Mountain Sapote
    (Diospyros riojae)

    A small sapote tree, known mainly in Mexico, Producting flattened, edible fruits about the size of plum. The fruits have fairly flavorful flesh. Unknown Growth requirements or frost tolerance, but it may be similar to the black sapote.

    Mamey Supote
    (Pouteria sapota)

    Mamey sapote is native to the seasonally dry forests of Mexico and Central America. It was widely distributed in Central America before Columbus and introduced to the Caribbean, South America, and Asia.

    Annona Crassiflora.

    Annona crassiflora, commonly known as marolo, araticum corti├ža, araticum do cerrado or bruto, is a flowering plant in the Annonaceae family. The flowers of a marolo look like jellyfish wearing hats, and the fruits are sweet and very rough. It is native to Brazil and Paraguay

    Annona salzmannii
    ( Annonaceae)

    Annona salzmannii, the beach sugar apple, is a tree native to Brazil. It is an extremely rare Annona bearing orange skinned fruits up to one pound in weight with a sweet and very tasty white pulp. The fruit is prized in its native range, but is rare and never cultivated

    Annona neosalicifolia

    Annona neosalicifolia is a deciduous tree with a dense, round crown;it can grow 10-20 metres tall. The tree branches from fairly low down The fruit is valued by the local population&is often gathered from the wild. The tree is sometimes cultivated for its fruit in areas within its native range

    Soursop (Guyabano)

    Soursop Trees produce remarkable fruit with a unique look and flavor. Those who have never seen a soursop before are often amazed by its elongated shape.

    (Annona Purpurea)

    The soncoya is of minor horticultural interest compared with the more well-known members of this genus, including the soursop and the cherimoya . Different parts of the plant have been used in traditional Mesoamerican medicine.

    Mountain Soursop
    (Annona montana)

    Soursop Trees produce remarkable fruit with a unique look and flavor. Those who have never seen a soursop before are often amazed by its elongated shape with bright green skin that has a soft prickly appearance.

    Chari Chauelo

    Garcinia madruno (charichuelo) is a fruit-producing tree species from the rainforests of Central and South America. The leaves are dark green and leathery. The fruit looks like a shriveled droopy lemon, and has a similar rind.

    Annona stenophylla
    ( Annonaceae)

    Annona stenophylla is a low-growing perennial plant with spreading, underground woody rhizomes. Annual shoots up to 1 metre tall arise from the rhizome, The pulp of ripe fruit is sweet, with a pleasant smell and taste

    Rollinia (Rollinia deliciosa)

    Rollinia deliciosa is a species of flowering plant in the custard-apple family, Annonaceae, that is native to tropical South America. It is cultivated for its edible fruits, commonly known as biriba or wild sugar-apple


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.