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Red Lady Dwarf Papaya Tree in a 3 Gallon Container. Papaya has an enzyme that soothes the stomach and calms indigestion. The fruit is commonly consumed as a breakfast food, and it is often juiced as well. Red Lady is a dwarf self pollinating variety that is also especially resistant to papaya ring spot virus and can also be container grown, excellent for colder areas. The fruit typically weigh four to six pounds, and it has excellent flavor, aroma, and texture. Great value since Papaya is usually sold by the pound and can cost upwards of $5 each.Availability: in stock$128.50$98.60You save:$29.90( 23.3%) div>
Carambola/Star Fruit Tree Grafted in a 3 Gallon Container. Carambola are small symetrical trees that fruit very prolifically. They are commonly eaten fresh, in salads, as garnishes and in drinks. The fruit have a sweet citrus like flavor that is both delicious and refreshing. They are also great in jams and as a fruit beverage. A mature starfruit can produce up to 200 lbs. of fruit a year! This exciting yellow fruit is shaped just like a star when sliced makes a great decoration in salads and is extremely sweet. Tree produces 2-3 crops a year and is extremely prolific.Availability: in stock$104.80$74.90You save:$29.90( 28.5%) div>
Granadilla Vine in a 3 Gallon Container. Vigorous vine with light to medium green heart shaped leaves. 3 to 4 inch blooms. Large high quality fruit with thin shell; white sweet pulp. Performs well in areas that don't freeze. Also does well in a cool greenhouse. In Hawai'i it grows best at higher elevations.Availability: in stock$159.50$119.70You save:$39.80( 25.0%) div>
JackFruit Tree Grafted in a 3 Gallon Container. Largest growing fruit on a tree, can weight between 30-70lbs. The fruit slightly softens and turns yellow when ripe. You will also notice the most wonderful fruity aroma! The firm yellow-orange pulp tastes like a combination of pineapples and bananas. This fruit is also a great conversation piece. They can be pruned annually to 12' x 12' producing as much as 200 Lbs. of fruit per year. Cooked green the fruit can be used as a vegetable. It can be boiled, fried, grilled, roasted, and prepared with sauces. The ripe fruit tastes like a combination of mango, banana, pineapple, and cantaloupe. It is often compared to juicy fruit gum. Makes a great stately tree for any landscape, can be used as an edbile alternative to a Magnolia tree, it will provide a similiar look but also provide 100's lbs of fruit.Availability: in stock$94.60$69.80You save:$24.80( 26.2%) div>
Strawberry/Catley Guava Tree in a 3 Gallon Container. Cattley Guava is a fairly slow growing shrub or small tree growing to a height of about 14 feet. The highly fragrant flowers are white followed by small green fruits that turn a bright red when ripe. Fruit size is about 1 1/2 inches. The Cattley can survive temperatures as low as 22F degrees, but prefers warm, humid weather. This guava can be grown indoors or out. Potted, it will only grow to about 5 feet. The shiny dark green leaves make it an excellent contrast to the bright red fruits. Fruits are very sweet. Makes a great shrub or hedge for privacy.Availability: in stock$124.40$94.70You save:$29.70( 23.9%) div>
Tamarind Tree in a 3 Gallon Container. The tamarind is a graceful stately tree commonly found in the south Florida landscape and growing wild along Central American roadsides. The fruit hang in clusters peapod like legumes typically six to eight inches long. The fruit is eaten fresh, in candies, and in sauces. In fact, it is one of the primary ingredients of Worcestershire, as well as numerous other jerk and barbeque sauces. Makes a great stately shade tree.Availability: in stock$59.80$44.80You save:$15( 25.1%) div>
Pineapple Plant 1-2 Gallon Container. Pineapples are among the most widely used tropical fruits in the world. The fruit grow on a small herbaceous plant that is in the same family as ornamental bromeliads. The plants can be reproduced by planting the crown of the fruit, but they are best grown from the suckers that occur at the base of the fruit or the mother plant. The plants begin producing fruit at one to two years of age.Availability: in stock
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