Plant Nursery


Our Plants

    Sundrop
    (Oenothera)

    Sundrop fruits are very sour but have a fine passion fruit like aroma. Sundrop fruit makes a very delicious juice. Sundrop fruits are deseeded and frozen.

    Uvaria rufa
    (Uvaria Rufa)

    Uvaria species are scandent or sarmentose shrubs, normally stellately pubescent. Stolons slender and long. Leaves simple, alternate, glabrous or pubescent.

    Soncoya
    (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.

    Safou
    (Dacryodes edulis)

    safou is more than just creamy and delicious. It’s quickly becoming an important cash crop for small farmers in Africa and has proven useful in agroforestry systems and in preventing hunger.

    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.

    GrumiChana

    Important genera and species Several other Eugenia species, most of them originated in Brazil, have edible fruits: Eugenia uvalha the ubaia, Eugenia aggregata the cherry of Rio Grande, Eugenia dombeyi the grumichana, and Eugenia luschnathiana the pitomba.

    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.

    Tampoi

    Tampoi Fruit are large, orange colored and smooth skinned, round fruits. They have a very thick pithy rind that surrounds a white, segmented, seeded flesh, similar in appearance to mangosteen.

    Chupa-Chupa

    The chupa-chupa tree is fast-growing, erect, to 130 or even 145 ft (40-45 m) high in the wild, though often no more than 40 ft (12 m) in cultivation. It is sometimes buttressed.

    Pitomba

    An excellent ornamental shrub. The pitomba produces bright orange-yellow fruit with soft, melting, juicy flesh with a highly aromatic slightly acid flavour.

    Jatoba

    Jatoba is endemic to the Caribbean, Central, and South America. The tree's wood is used for manufacturing quality furniture and decorative items. Jatoba is otherwise popularly known as Brazilian cherry or South American cherry.

    Mangosteen
    (Mexican Garcinia)

    The Mangosteen fruit reaches a size of about 4 cm in diameter. The actual edible portion is the white orange like sections found on the inside. Many people say that this is their favorite fruit. Use it on salads or eat it alone.

    Nance
    (Byrsonima crassifolia)

    A well-known fruit through much of the Caribbean and parts of tropical America. Bears small orange-yellow fruits to about 1/2" wide. Quite drought tolerance. Frost hardiness unknown, though it seems to be fine to 32F. Trees grow to 25-35ft.

    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.

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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.