This is the only self fertile cultivar of Kiwi around, so it does need the existance of a male and a female plant! Jenny is a mostly-female fuzzy kiwi, bearing fruits with with nice shape, sweetness and flavour. Kiwi vines can become rather large and many people with small plots, will enjoy keeping just one and not two of them.
Mediterranean capers are an incredible source of flavour. Plants grows on sunny and rocky slopes, often by the coast. They are winter-deciduous and come back each year with lovely rounded leaves, which are often purple when they sprout.
Carob trees are culivated throughout the Mediterranean. Fruits are highly nutritious: sweet, fibrous and juicy with a typical aroma reminiscent of chocolate. The ree itself is very ornamental too, with leathery glosssy dark green foliage.
The “rojo brillante” is the most popular Spanish cultivar of astringent persimmon. These trees show short stature with large sized fruits. The skin is orange-red and the flesh is intense yellow-orange. No seeds!
Commerial Spanish cultivar with round orange fruits, juicy with sweet, not-too-acid flavour. The tree is robust, with an erect crown, averaging 3 shoots per central shoot. Japanese Loquat is an excellent tree combining beauty and good-tasting fruits.
Grafted tree. Spanish cultivar with very large, smooth, juicy fruits of "Japanese loquat", with a pale colour. The perfect fruit tree for the home garden, with sweet and acid fruits and very ornamental foliage. Fully hardy to about -7 C but also survives to about -17 C.
Local canarian white fig tree.
NEW! Hard to find traditional variety of fig from the Canary Islands
This Fig cultivar is one of the most widespread on the Canary Islands. It is very productive and adaptable. Fruits have purple to dark red skin. Flesh is dark pink and very sweet. It is both eaten fresh or used for drying.
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