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Tropical Fruit Trees

Plant-O-Gram specializes in offering customizable gift packages of extremely rare, exotic and Tropical Fruit Trees for your personal backyard edible landscaping use OR for providing someone special with a GIFT that will last longer than their lifetime & increase their home value all while paying Dividends.

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  • Abiu Tree
    $69.99$59.99
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    • Pulp has a smooth creamy texture with a taste described as similar to caramel flan. • Considered a delicacy and often used in ice cream and other desserts • Good source of calcium, phosphorous, vitamin A, & vitamin C • Native to Amazon region of northwest Brazil • Will thrive in subtropical conditions (USDA Growing Zones 4-9 Patio / Zones 10-14 Outdoors) • Full sun and frequent watering .

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  • Akee Tree
    $63.99$49.99
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    Akee Tree in a 3 Gallon Container. Akee is a native of Jamaica and is used in it's National Dish, Akee and Fish. It is usually cooked and used in a similiar fashion as eggs. The tree is a great value since Akee is an expensive fruit and is rarely avaialable fresh, canned Akee Fruit usually retails for $8-12 per can.

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  • All Spice Tree
    $64.99$49.99
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    All Spice Tree in a 3 Gallon Container. Allspice is an extremely versatile tree, it's flavor is similiar to a mix of cinnamon, clove and nutmeg. The berries are ground and used to flavor meats, pickles and soups. The leaves which have a rich/strong aroma is also used as a rub to flavor meats, teas and other culinary uses. Oils extracted are also used in flavoring and pefumery. In certain part of the world Allspice leaves are placed throught the floor of the chapel when couples are being married, and as the guest trample on the leaves, the entire chapel is consumed by the strong pefume scent of Allspice.

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  • Almond Tree
    $59.99$49.99
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    • Comes in a 3 gallon container • Small-medium sized tree • Spreading, open canopy about 10-15 feet across • Almonds develop leathery flesh outside the shell • High in protein, low in carbohydrates, and contain many essential vitamins and minerals • Zones 5-9

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  • $89.99$69.99
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    The Antidesma Bignay fruit tree is shipped in a 3 gallon container. Native to the Southeast Asia and Northern Australia. The skin of the fruit has red juice, while the white pulp has colorless juice. The fruit contains a light-colored seed. The fruit has a sour taste similar to that of the cranberry when immature, and a tart but sweet taste when ripe.

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  • $69.99$49.99
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    The Araza fruit is the most collected plant. The fruit are soft bright yellow having a juicy fruit aroma.

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  • Atemoya Tree Grafted
    $94.99$69.99
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    Atemoya Tree Grafted in a 3 Gallon Container. Atemoya is a cross between the sugar apple rnand the cherimoya. The fruit is fragrant, firm, and it has a snowy-white flesh of a fine rntexture. They are generally conical to heart shaped, and may weigh up to 5 pounds. The rnpulp has fewer seeds than the sugar apple and the flesh is not divided into segments. rnExtremely sweet fruit, tree can be contained to 6-10 if needed.

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  • Avocado Tree Brazos Belle Cold Hardy Variety Grafted
    $59.99$49.99
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    • Comes in 3 gallon container • Mid-season avocado, fruiting from August to October • Black skinned fruit • Very cold hardy, can survive temperatures down to 15° (Zones 8-10) • Sun to partial shade, water regularly

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  • Avocado Tree Brogdon Variety Grafted
    $59.99$49.99
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    • Comes in 3 gallon container • Purple skin, weighs about 8-12 oz. • Firm pulp with nutty flavor • Average height of 25 feet • Fruits July through September • Good shade producing tree • Full sun to partial shade • Zones 9b-11

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  • Avocado Tree Choquette Variety Grafted
    $59.99$49.99
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    Avocado Tree Choquette Variety Grafted Tree in a 3 Gallon Container. This is a late season goliath 24-40oz which enjoys both commercial success and homeowner appreciation. This avocado is where quality intersects quantity, seson October-December. Makes a great shade tree.

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  • Avocado Tree Fantastic Cold Hardy Variety Grafted
    $59.99$49.99
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    • Comes in 3 gallon container • Green fruit, paper thin skin • Creamy texture • Most cold hardy of all Mexican avocadoes • Very cold hardy, can survive temperatures down to 15° (Zones 8-10) • Full sun, medium watering

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  • Avocado Tree Florida Hass Variety Grafted
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    Avocado Tree Florida Hass Variety Grafted in a 3 Gallon Container. This is a large tasty pear shaped fruit 24-30oz., and the tree exhibits excellent tolerance to the cold. Season October-November. Makes a great shade tree.

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  • Avocado Tree Hall Variety Grafted
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    Avocado Tree Hall Variety Grafted in a 3 Gallon Container. This is a large tasty pear shaped fruit 24-30oz., and the tree exhibits excellent tolerance to the cold. Season October-November. Makes a great shade tree.

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  • Avocado Tree Joey Cold Hardy Variety Grafted
    $59.99$49.99
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    • Comes in 3 gallon container • Egg shaped, purple-black fruit • Ripens from August to October • Very cold hardy, can survive temperatures down to 15° (Zones 8-10)

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  • Avocado Tree Lila Cold Hardy Variety Grafted
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    • Comes in 3 gallon container • Green skinned, 6-12 oz. • Very cold hardy, can survive temperatures down to 15° (Zones 8-10) • Fruiting from August to October

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  • Avocado Tree Lula Variety Grafted
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    Avocado Tree Lula Variety Grafted in a 3 Gallon Container. It is renowned for its ability to endure harsh winters, and for its exceptionally long harvesting period. Fruit Size 8-16oz season October-December. Makes great shade tree.

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  • Avocado Tree Monroe Variety Grafted
    $59.99$49.99
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    Avocado Tree Monroe Variety Grafted in a 3 Gallon Container. This is a superb cold hardy variety that is a commercial favorite in Florida and throughout Tropical America. The fruit is large 16-24oz., abundant, and of excellent eating quality. Season November-January. Makes great shade tree.

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  • Avocado Tree Poncho Cold Hardy Variety Grafted
    $59.99$49.99
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    • Comes in 3 gallon container • Lime green color, red blush on midsection • Ripens from August to October • Very cold hardy, can survive temperatures down to 15° (Zones 8-10)

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  • Avocado Tree Winter Mexican Variety Grafted
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    Avocado Tree Winter Mexican Variety Grafted in a 3 Gallon Container. This variety has thin, tender skin that clings to the firm tasty flesh. Oil content is near 30%. The tree is cold tolerant to 22F degrees. Fruits are harvested November and December.

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  • $119.99$99.99
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    The popular Bael fruit makes it's way from central and southern India,Burma,Pakistan and Bangladesh this Indian variety grown in a 3 gallon is a slow growing fruit tree. The flowers of the fruit is very fragrant and the fruit being sweet.The fruit, round, pyriform, oval, or oblong, 2 to 8 in (5-20 cm) in diameter, may have a thin, hard, woody shell or a more or less soft rind, gray-green until the fruit is fully ripe, when it turns yellowish. It is dotted with aromatic, minute oil glands. Inside, there is a hard central core and 8 to 20 faintly defined triangular segments, with thin, dark-orange walls, filled with aromatic, pale-orange, pasty, sweet, resinous, more or less astringent, pulp. Embedded in the pulp are 10 to 15 seeds, flattened-oblong, about 3/8 in (1 cm) long, bearing woolly hairs and each enclosed in a sac of adhesive.

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  • Banana Plant IceCream Variety
    $39.99$29.99
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    Banana Plant IceCream Variety in a 3 Gallon Container. Ice Cream is considered a desert Banana, with other common names: 'Cenizo' of Central America and the West Indies; 'Krie' of the Philippines, is a relative of 'Bluggoe'. The flesh is white, sweetish, and tastes like vanilla ice cream and has the consistency of a custard, unlike the firm bananas we purchase in grocery stores. Often produces banana heads weighing 25 lbs.. Plants begin to bear in less than a year’s time.

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  • Banana Plant Plantain Variety
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    Banana Plantain Variety in a 3 Gallon Container. Used in cooking, very versatile. Can be used to make Plantain Chips which are a healthier alternative to potatoe chips. Great plant for decoration add tropical look to any garden.

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  • Barbados Cherry/Aceorla/Guyana Cherry Tree
    $54.99$39.99
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    Barbados Cherry/Acerola/Guyana Cherry Tree in a 3 Gallon Container. The Barbados Cherry is a fast growing bushy tree that can be trained as a standard or shaped as a hedge. The fruit are sweet to sub-acid, and they are used extensively in juices throughout Latin America. The cherries are extremely high in Vitamin C, and just one is equal to 100% your daily allowance of Vitamin C, per 100grams 24 times the vitamin C of an Orange. They are also used in jellies, jams, and they freeze without losing their Vitamin C content. They also fruit constantly throughout the warm months, usually 8-10 months of the year so you get a lot of fruit. Also makes a great container plant for a people living in an apartment/condo or up North.

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  • Bay Leaf/Bay Laurel Tree
    $59.99$49.99
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    Bay Leaf tree in a 3 gallon container. Bay Leaf refers to the aromatic leaf of the Bay Laurel (Laurus nobilis, Lauraceae). Fresh or dried bay leaves are used in cooking for their distinctive flavor and fragrance. The leaves are often used to flavor soups, stews, braises and pâtés in Mediterranean Cuisine. The fresh leaves are very mild and do not develop their full flavor until several weeks after picking and drying.

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  • Bay Rum Tree
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    Bay Rum Tree in a 3 gallon container. The bayberry or bay rum tree (Pimenta racemosa) is a broadleaved tropical evergreen native to the islands of the Caribbean. The bay rum tree is known for the essential oil present in the leaves and stems. The oil, composed of terpenes, has a clove-like fragrance. Bay rum first came about as a 'rub' for sore muscles, strains, and sprains. It was also discovered that the essential oil contains a diterpene that has anti-bacterial properties. Bay rum was a popular aftershave in the early 20th century. It is literally made with the leaves of the tree and rum. Consequently, the aftershave has its spicy notes from the bay and its smoky, woody tones from the rum aged in casks.

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  • Bilimbi Tree
    $59.99$49.99
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    Bilimbi Tree in a 3 Gallon Container. This tree is commonly seen in backyards of many houses also called Bling-Bling or Birambi. It is sour in taste. Children like to eat them raw with little salt. They are used in many recipes as souring agents. These are available throughout the year. The tree bears hundreds of fruits. Fruits grow abundantly, and is used around the world to make a vareity of pickles.

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  • Black Pepper Vine
    $54.99$39.99
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    Black Pepper vine in a 3 gallon container. Black pepper is a common spice and a staple on table around the world. They can be grown in a pot or raised bed in acid soil such as Canadian Peat. The plants prefer some shade. Black pepper is the dried unripe fruit of small one-seeded berrylike drupes about 50 to a catkin. They are usually picked when the first 'berry' begins to turn red. Before drying they may be used fresh green. When dried they become the black wrinkled peppercorns. They will flower in the spring and fruit ripen in summer. Excellent for the collector or the tropical spice novice as this is one of the easiest spices to grow. Makes a great container plant.

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  • Black Sapote Tree
    $64.99$49.99
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    Black Sapote Tree in a 3 Gallon Container. Often called Chocolate pudding fruit, the black sapote is an evergreen, handsome tree with dark green, glossy leaves. Fruit are greenish-brown when ripe having a thin skin and chocolate colored pulp. A spoonful of honey mixed into the pulp makes it glossy, shiny and tasty, living up to its popular name of Chocolate Pudding Fruit. They can be grown in containers and will reach heights of 10-12 feet.

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  • Blackberry Bush
    $38.99$29.99
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    Blackberry Bush in a 3 Gallon Container. Blackberries are extremely tolerant of site and soil conditions. They are especially unusual in that they will produce a reasonable crop of berries even when grown in deep shade. Delicious both cooked or eaten fresh, they are bursting with flavour and excellent for your health, good anti-oxidant. Blackberries produce their flowers very late in the season so frost will never be a problem. Low lying land or frost pockets are quite suitable for blackberries. Cold Hardy.

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  • $94.99$69.99
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    The Blue Jaboticaba Fruit in a 3 gallon container all the way from Brazil has a thin dark purple almost blue in color fruit. The flesh sweet and juicy with on or two large seeds inside. People say that the fruit tastes like a juicy grape.

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