Garcinia livingstonei enjoys a wide native range throughout Tropical E. Africa and parts of W. Africa. Outside of its native region the tree is relatively unknown to most, aside from your occasional […]
Luma apiculata (also variously known as Eugenia apiculata and Myrtus luma) is a member of the Myrtaceae family and related to such ethnobotanically significant plants as Jaboticaba, Clove, Allspice, Eugenia […]
From the BBC – 23 June 2012 By Simon Worrall Ternate, Indonesia Indonesia’s “Spice Islands” produced more nutmeg, mace, pepper and cloves than anywhere else in the world and on […]
Here are photos of seeds of two different varieties of guava from Gabriel Howearth’s botanical gardens in Baja Sur.
A close relative of Camu-camu. This is native to dry and moist coastal forests of tropical America. Bears a small, bright orange berry. The flesh is strongly fragrant. Makes an […]
This is an air layered variety I got from some Taiwanese agronomists. Bearing fruit in 5 – 20 gallon containers. Likes a lot of irrigation when fruiting.
Originally from Southeast Asia (East India and Malaya) the Rose Apple has been introduced into tropical regions around the world. It is very common in the Caribbean, brought by English […]