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This shrub is both an ornamental plant and a nutritious vegetable, often called Aibika, but a hundred different names are used in different countries. It was domesticated in South Asia and then spread to Papua and the Pacific islands.
Looks like a smaller sized relative of Alocasia macrorrhiza, but leaf margins are by far more undulate (wavy). The whole plant will hardly grow above 1-1,5 m in height, while macrorrhiza can easily grow more than 3 m. This smaller species is native to the Kachin Hills in the North of Myanmar.
This is the true breadfruit from the Pacific Islands. This is the true breadfruit. Ma'afala, or simply Maafala is the best cultivar for familiar use. It is dwarf and bears small fruits, of very good quality. Lots of fruits! It starts bearing at just 3 m in height and stays rather small for its whole life. Fruits have few or no seeds inside.
This is the green and piny form of Chayote, the popular Central American gourd. It is a fast-growing sprawling vine that will bear lots of fruits in less than one year. We offer a pack of two fruits to sprout. These fruits-seeds sprout like coconuts, half-buried.