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Chaya is a domesticated shrub, from Central America, traditionally used as a vegetable and for medicinal purposes. Today it is becoming more and more popular because of its healthy nutritional value. It is easy to grow in sunny drained locations, including in large pots.
Scott Pratt is a dark red flowered Plumeria from Hawaii. For years it was called the "Black Plumeria", as its flowers are so dark-red-purple that they often look almost black. It has rather thin upright stems. Leaf midribs are tipically dark too.
They look like black grapes but they grow straight on the trunk, in a very unusual way! Aall branches are coated with purple-black fruits. This is one of the healthiest of all fruits, and grows in Warm Mediterranean to Cool Tropical climates.
Grafted! - The Jackfruit is the largest of all fruits after the pumpkins. It is a sweet and tasty relative of the Breadfruit, an everloved fruit widespread in SE Asie. It is tolerant of light frosts and can be tried outdoors in the warmer Mediterranean with some protection. Grafted plants can also fruit in large pots as they can be kept small.
h= 60-70 cm. Base: 3-5 cm. Possibly the most ornamental of all Cycads. It is beautiful in all its parts. Leaves are shiny, elegant, spineless, of a rich dark green. Cones are huge and fascinating. Takes light frosts and grows very well in the warmer Mediterranean.
Palm Honey or Palm Syrup is an edible sweet syrup produced produced in the Canary Islands from the sap of the native palm tree, by tapping the tree in a sustainable way. It is thinner and darker than bee-honey. Bo th are natural sweeteners, but there is a big difference in taste and content. Try it on Desserts, Fresh Cheese, Liqueurs, or Sweetener for Tea.
Here we offer a huge plant of this landscaping bromeliad, about 80-100 cm tall. We chose a plant that will be able to flower in less than one year, in the following June-August season. The inflorescence will last until december. This spectacular specimen will fill up any corner of a garden. Then it will soon become a large "mother plant" with many pups.