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  • Pear Tree Pineapple Variety Grafted
    You save:$15( 23.1%)

    Pear Tree Pineapple Variety Grafted in a 3 Gallon Container. Large, yellow pear blushed with red. Crisp flesh with unusual pineapple flavor. Great for canning, preserving, or eating fresh. Large crop at early age. Low chill requirement perfect for warm climates.

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  • Pineapple Guava/Fieoja Tree
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    Pineapple Guava/Fieoja Tree in a 3 Gallon Container. The feijoa, or Pineapple Guava is native to extreme southern Brazil, northern Argentina, western Paraguay and Uruguay where it is common in the mountains. Is widely planted as a hedge, specimen or more ornately as an specimen and can if unpruned can reach heights of 15 feet tall and 15 feet wide in as many years. Pineapple Guava is used for two distinctly different purposes: for its flowers and for its fruits. There are few landscape plants that can be used for both, but its brilliant flowers, bright pink and red reaching 1.5 inches in diameter generally astound passerby’s. Its fruits are sweet and the taste resembles a cross between pineapple and guava. Fruits range in size from ¾ inch to 3 ½ inches long and are soft and yellow when ripe. Another useful purpose for the Feijoa is that it is very tolerant of salt, though this decreases fruit yield and causes it to produce fewer flowers. The leaves are leathery, dark green on top and a pale gray on the underside. The plant is remarkably disease and insect resistant, which makes landscaped areas easier to maintain. Makes a great edible hedge.

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  • Pineapple Plant
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    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.

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  • Jackfruit Tree Grafted
    You save:$25.10( 23.9%)

    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.

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  • Mango Tree Julie Dwarf Varierty Grafted
    You save:$25.60( 26.8%)

    Mango Tree Julie Variety Dwarf Tree Grafted in a 3 Gallon Container. Julie on a scale of one to ten, Jamaicans would rate a solid twelve. In Florida it is sought after for its dwarf growing habit. Like the Ice Cream variety they thrive in more arid climates. The fruit itself is sweet and tangy having somewhat of a pineapple flavor. The fruit ripens late June to July. Does well in containers so can be grown practically anywhere.

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  • Mango Tree Zill Variety Grafted
    You save:$25.30( 26.7%)

    Mango Tree Zill Variety Grafted in a 3 Gallon Container. Zill is a Haden seedling selected in Lake Worth , Florida in 1940. The fruit are born in clusters and have a tendancy to ripen all at the same time. The flesh is firm, juicy, and has a very pleasant aroma. The flavor is sweet having just a hint of pineapple. The fruit ripens from June to early July. Makes a great shade tree.

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