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Magnificent ornamental heliconia, native to the rainforests of the Caribbean, and Northern South America. It produces rich red bracts with yellow-green lips in summer and grows to 2,5-3 m tall. "Lobster Claw One" is a classic selected clone of Heliconia bihai with deep red bracts.
Tall Grafted tree in 13x27 cm pot. Red Mamey is a tropical fruit tree native to Central America. Incredibly sweet and attractive. This variety Pantin is the best Cuban selection, with larger, excellent fruits.
Spectacular, red-skinned banana. Plants are stout and leaves have purple leafstalks. Fruits are dark purple during ripening and then turn red with some yellow as they ripen. The flesh is pinkish and MUCH richer in vitamin
Dwarf mango tree with huge purple-green juicy fruits of about 1 kg each. One of the most colourful of all. Bears late in season. Not really cold hardy, but being "dwarf" it can be easily protected in winter, grown in a greenhouse or trained on a wall.
Pack of two super-thick cuttings ready to sprout - Striped-stemmed sugar cane with glossy colourful stems with yellow and dark red lines. Very ornamental! Very good flavour and tender skin. Not really "variegated" but still beautifully striped.
Pack of two super-thick cuttings ready to sprout. Stems are yellow-pink with abundant white wax, giving the name Caña Blanca (White Cane). Sugar cane attains 3-5 m (9-15 ft) and grows in tropical to warm Mediterranean climates.
Apple bananas are among the best of all bananas. Small fruits of excellent quality, very sweet and truly reminiscent of an apple. It is called Manzano in Cuba and Latundan in the Philippines. It achieves a variable size of 3,5-6 m (10-18 ft) according to local conditions.
Tubular plant with bright green leaves with black blotches and small spines. Beautiful, long lasting blooms consist of red and yellow upright spikes appearing in spring or summer. Hardy to light freezes, and hot, harsh conditions