Pistacia lentiscus is a member of the Anacardiaceae family, relative of such well-known food crops as Mango, Cashew and Pistachio. P. lentiscus is a shrub or tree that grows in […]
Related to Mango, Cashew, and Pistacio (among other notable species). Pseudospondias microcarpa is known in English as African Grape. The species is distributed throughout countries of Central West Africa, including […]
Pistachio is a member of the Anacardiaceae family and a close relative of Cashew, Mango, and Spondias spp., among others. Pistachio is native to the Middle East where, not long […]
No photo of this Central West African fruit tree yet. I’ll upload some when I have them. The painting depicted here is by Kate Abernathy.
This is a Gabonese fruit tree. Not photos yet. I’ll take some as soon as I get a chance. The painting below is by Katherine Abernathy.
I’m not positive on the ID of this plant. I think its Pistacia cucphuongensis. I am uploading additional photos of plants of Vietnam, Khanh Hoa province, that I am looking […]
The Cashew is a relatively fast growing tree, suitable for pioneer and erosion control planting. Although the tree can reach heights of forty feet, they can begin fruiting at fifteen […]
Mangos, thought to be native of somewhere in South East Asia, have been in cultivation for well over four thousand years. Due to their ability to live in a variety […]
Here’s a list in progress of plant families, ordered alphabetically. Click a family name and the link will take you to a page listing corresponding entries. I am in the […]
Here’s a list-in-progress of plant families, ordered alphabetically. Click a family name and the link will take you to a page listing corresponding entries. I am in the process up […]
Looks like it could be an Anacardiaceae. ID help needed.
The following is a list of species whose leaves are used as condiments in Southeast Asia. The list is not, by any means, complete, but includes some of the lesser […]
Following is a list of plant species I work with. The list mostly consists of species from around the world, typically those species I have encountered while living, traveling and […]