PLANT Brief Description – (For more information, click on plant name.)
Atemoya Atemoya is a hybrid of two fruits the sugar-apple and the cherimoya– which are both native to the American tropics. This fruit is popular in Taiwan, where it is known as the “pineapple sugar apple” so is sometimes wrongly believed to be a cross between the sugar-apple & the pineapple.
Bacon Avocado Rich, creamy and flavorful, avocados are a versatile fruit that add heft and health to many dishes. While avocados have a high fat content, they are also packed with nutrients and are a great way to add healthy fat to your diet.
Banana The health benefits of banana include weight loss, obesity, weight gain, intestinal disorders, constipation, dysentery, anemia, tuberculosis, arthritis, gout, kidney disorders, urinary disorders, menstrual problems, and burns. They are also good for reducing blood pressure, heart health, modifying the metabolism and improving the immune system
Barbados Cherry “Acerola” It is popular as an alternative supplement to ease symptoms of the common cold, mainly because of its high vitamin C content. Supplements are also touted as energy boosters for athletic endurance, as a means for minimizing symptoms of depression and to relieve infections of the gum and tooth. Acerola might also cause side effects of nausea, cramps, and diarrhea, particularly because of the high vitamin C content which is known to cause diarrhea when taken in high doses.
Basil Basil, Ocimum basilicum, is a short lived annual or perennial plant in the family Lamiaceae grown for its leaves which are used as a herb.
Bay Laurel Laurus nobilis is an aromatic evergreen tree or large shrub with green, glossy leaves, native to the Mediterranean region. It is one of the plants used for bay leaf seasoning in cooking. The English Laurel grows best in slightly acidic soil that is watered regularly.
Black Pepper The health benefits of black pepper include relief from respiratory disorders, cough, common cold, constipation, digestion, anemia, impotency, muscular strains, dental care, pyorrhea, diarrhea, and heart disease .
Broccoli Broccoli, Brassica oleracea, variety italica, form of cabbage, of the mustard family, grown for its edible flower buds and stalk. Native to the eastern Mediterranean and Asia Minor, sprouting broccoli was cultivated in Italy in ancient Roman times and was introduced to England and America in the 1700s. High in dietary fibre and a number of vitamins and minerals, including potassium, folic acid, and vitamins A, C, and K, broccoli is a nutritious vegetable and can be eaten fresh or cooked. Fresh broccoli should be dark green in color, with firm stalks and compact bud clusters.
Brown Turkey Fig A classic, all-purpose fig. Fruit is delicious fresh and in preserves.
Buddha Belly Bamboo Health benefits of bamboo shoots include healthy weight loss, control of bad cholesterol, strengthening of the immune system, possible cancer-fighting properties and anti-inflammatory properties. It is heart friendly, contains protein, a sufficient supply of vitamins and minerals and a negligible amount of fat. It also contains a significant amount of dietary fiber.
Cacao Some of the best ways to boost brain power include altering your diet to include celery, chocolate, pollen, spinach, beets, bananas, walnuts and turmeric.
Cactus Dragonfruit Dragon fruit red or white has a number of health benefits including its ability to lower cholesterol, boost the immune system, prevent cancer and heart disease, aid in weight loss, improve digestion, boost energy, defend against bacteria and fungi, and help in the overall functioning of the body’s systems.
Calamondin The Calamondin orange tree (Citrus mitis), often known as miniature orange, is an ornamental tree producing fragrant flowers and a small tangerine-like fruit.
Carrots Carrot, Daucus carota, is an edible, biennial herb in the family Apiaceae grown for its edible root. The carrot plant produces a rosette of 8–12 leaves above ground and a fleshy conical taproot below ground. The plant produces small (2 mm) flowers which are white, red or purple in color. The root can grow to between 5 and 50 cm (2.0–20 in) long and reach 5 cm (2.0 in) in diameter. The foliage of the plant can reach a height of 150 cm (59.1 in) when in flower. The carrot plant can be annual or biennial and may also be referred to as wild carrot.
Cattley Strawberry Guava Little white flowers appear in spring, followed by berry clusters that ripen in summer. When the berries reach a deep cherry red color they’re ready to eat, with a sweet/tart strawberrylike flavor. If you want some, though, you’ll have to pay close attention or the birds, critters and fruit flies may beat you to it. You can pick the fruit before it’s completely ripe and bring it indoors to ripen
Chaya Spinach Cnidoscolus aconitifolius, commonly known as chaya or tree spinach, is a large, fastgrowing leafy perennial shrub that is believed to have originated in the Yucatán Peninsula of Mexico. The specific epithet, aconitifolius, means “Aconitum-like leaves”. Up to 5 raw leaves can be eaten a day.
Curled Scotch Kale Kale is a cool-weather crop that requires two months of cool weather to reach harvest. Sow seeds indoors or outdoors 4 to 6 weeks before the last frost in spring or as soon as the soil can be worked. Kale is commonly started indoors and transplanted into the garden when seedlings are 4 to 6 weeks old. Kale is a hardy biennial plant grown as an annual. The leaves of kale are similar to cabbage. Scotch kale has crumpled and curly gray-green leaves. Siberian or blue kale is less curly and a bluer shade of green.
Curry Curry leaves are natural flavoring agents with a number of important health benefits, which makes your food both healthy and tasty along with pleasing aroma. They contain various antioxidant properties and have the ability to control diarrhea, gastrointestinal problems such as indigestion, excessive acid secretion, peptic ulcers, dysentery, diabetes and an unhealthy cholesterol balance. They are also believed to have cancer fighting properties and are known to help protect the liver.
Datil Pepper The datil pepper has been cultivated by the Minorcan community living in the city of St. Augustine, Florida since the 18th century. It has been speculated that the peppers originated in the Caribbean, although they only grow in Florida today. Fresh datil peppers and seeds can be very difficult to find outside of the St. Augustine area, although the plant can theoretically be grown anywhere indoors. Typically, the fruit and seeds are available only from datil gardeners. However, the bottled hot sauces made from the pepper may be found at specialty stores around
Eggplant Eggplant is a small- to medium-sized bush vegetable that produces smooth, glossy skinned fruit that can vary in length from 5 to 12 inches long. The edible fruit can be long and slender or round or egg-shaped fruit. Fruit is creamy-white, yellow, brown, purple, or sometimes almost black.
Fire Bush Gardeners love firebush because it produces flowers from late spring until the first frost, and the bright red flowers attract hummingbirds and butterflies, including the zebra longwing and gulf fritillary butterflies. Song birds also like to feed on the berries
Fireball Hibiscus Dramatic, shrubby hardy perennial offers 10-inch, clear red flowers that are both huge and delicate. Handsome purple foliage backs the show. Thrives on heat and humidity. Performs best in evenly moist soil. Well suited for the rear of the perennial border.
Fortune Eye Longon Fortune Eye is not as well known as Kohala but it happens to be the season’s last and the latest. Longan (Euphoria longana) variety is a
tropical tree that produces edible fruit. The “Dragon Eye”, is so named because it resembles an eyeball when its fruit is shelled (the black seed shows through the translucent flesh like a pupil/iris). The seed is small, round and hard, and of an enamel-like, lacquered black. The fully ripened, freshly harvested fruit has a bark-like shell, thin, and firm, making the fruit easy to peel by squeezing the pulp out as if one is “cracking” a sunflower seed. Depending upon climate and soil type the tree may grow to over 100 feet in height, but it typically stands 30–40 ft in height and the crown is round The branches are long and thick, typically drooping, The leaves are oblong and blunt-tipped. The fruit hangs in drooping clusters. The fruit is sweet, juicy and succulent. Longan fruit is also often used in Asian soups, snacks, desserts, and sweet-and-sour foods, either fresh or dried, and sometimes preserved and canned in syrup. In ancient Vietnamese medicine, the “eye” of the longan seed is pressed against snakebites to absorb the venom. This was ineffective, but is still commonly used today. It is one of the better-known tropical members of the soap-berry family. These fresh delicious and sweet longan have more health advantages than we can think of.
Garlic It has the vital chemical compound allicin that is the wonder therapeutic ingredient for its medicinal qualities. The allicin compound contains sulfur, which gives the garlic its pungent savor and peculiar smell. The health benefits of garlic are innumerable. It helps fight heart ailments, fight cold, cough, lowering the blood pressure level. Garlic is the oldest known medicinal plant variety or spice in existence. Mankind recognized the curative qualities of this magic herb since over 3000 years.
Ginger Ginger has a long history of use for relieving digestive problems such as nausea, loss of appetite, motion sickness, arthritis & pain. The root or underground stem (rhizome) of the ginger plant can be consumed fresh, powdered, dried as a spice, in oil form or as juice.
Goji Berry Health benefits of goji berry include control of diabetes, lowering of cholesterol, free radical scavenging, and cardio protection, possible cancer control, protection of brain cells, protection of liver and skin protection from UV radiation. It also helps in improving eyesight, general well-being and strengthening the immune system. Goji or wolf-berry is used in traditional Chinese medicine and as food in China. The juice of wolf berries and the berries themselves are sold for the various health benefits that it offers.
Grape Muscadine Valued for fruit, wine, shade, and fall color; they’re among the few ornamental vines with bold, textured foliage; colorful edible fruit; and a dominant trunk and branch pattern for winter interest. A single grapevine can produce enough new growth every year to arch over a walk, roof an arbor, form a leafy wall, or provide an umbrella of shade over deck or terrace.
Hawaiian Red Pineapple Pineapples are a funny-looking fruit with a serious impact on health, and their health and medicinal benefits include their ability to improve respiratory health, cure coughs and colds, improve digestion, help you lose weight, strengthen bones, improve oral health, boost eye health, reduce inflammation, prevent cancer, increase heart health, fight off infections and parasites, improve the immune system, and increase circulation.
Jackfruit The fruit is deliciously sweet in taste. In common with other tropical fruits such as durian, banana, etc., it is also rich in energy, dietary fiber, minerals, and vitamins and free from saturated fats or cholesterol, making it one of the healthy summer treats to relish!
Jewel Blueberry Some of the most important health benefits of hops essential oil include its ability to relieve pain and reduce anxiety, assist in sexual performance, reduce respiratory distress, improve the health of your hair, calm gastrointestinal issues, relieve headaches, soothe menstrual pains, and boost the health and appearance of the skin. Blueberry
Jwala Pepper The Jwala pepper, also called Indian Finger Hot Pepper, is the most popular hot pepper grown in India. Produces a long, slender fruit that turns from light green to red as it matures. Excellent fresh or dried. Large, 36” umbrella type plant. Vigorous producer that will set an abundance of white flowers preceding its large crop. Widely adapted and easy to grow in containers or open garden beds.
Kaffir Lime Some of the most important health benefits of kaffir lime include its ability to promote oral health, detoxify the blood, boost skin health, improve digestion, ward off insects, lower inflammation, aid the immune system, reduce stress, and improve the health of the hair.
Kumquat Some of the most important health benefits of kumquats include their ability to improve the immune system, regulate your digestive system, reduce your chances of developing diabetes, lower your cholesterol levels, boost the health of your skin, teeth, eyes, and hair, strengthen your bones, and improve nerve health. Due to their sweet flavor, kumquats are a favorite fruit for garnishes, cocktails, jams, jellies, preserves, candies, and desserts. Various types of liquor and liqueur are made with kumquats. Various brines that have been made, as well as extracts, have been used for various medicinal purposes over the years, including for sore throats and respiratory issues.
Lemon Some of the most fascinating health benefits of lemon verbena include its ability to help with weight loss goals, protect your muscles, reduce inflammation, boost the immune system, calm the stomach, reduce fevers, soothe nerves, and clear up congestion. Although lemon verbena is native to South America, it has largely become a globally accessible plant and herb due to its powerful medicinal effects and qualities as a food additive.
Loquat The leaves and fruit have high concentrations of calcium, phosphorus, iron, potassium, vitamin A, and vitamin C. The fruit is sometimes used as a sedative and is thought to reduce vomiting and excessive thirst.
Lychee Lychee is a strange and wonderful fruit with a wealth of health benefits, including its ability to boost the immune system, prevent cancer, improve digestion, build strong bones, lower blood pressure, defend the body against viruses, improve circulation, aid in weight loss, protect the skin, and optimize metabolic activities.
Magnolia Fig Figs have a high level of fiber. Figs contain Pectin which is known to lower Cholesterol, they are also good for Diabetes, Heart Disease, and Hyper-Tension. Figs provide 250mg.of calcium. Figs are rich in Potassium a mineral crucial in controlling High Blood Pressure. And the best reason for eating figs beside all the health benefits, they are just delicious.
Mamey Sapota Has creamy salmon-colored flesh said to taste like a combination of sweet potato, pumpkin and cherry underscored by hints of honey and vanilla. Like other nutrient-dense fruits, mamey sapote is a source of important health benefits such as weight management and cardiovascular health.
Mango Called the “king of Asiatic fruits” is a summer fruit, and is indigenous to India. It is very nutritious and has great health benefits both, when eaten raw and as a ripe fruit. The fruit (ripe and unripe), bark, leaves, seed, root and even the smoke of burning mango leaves have healing properties. Good source of vitamin C, thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, and b-carotene.
Mexican Apple Green Guava Guava is another tropical fruit rich in highprofile nutrients. With its unique flavor, taste, and health-promoting qualities, the fruit easily fits into the category of new functional foods, often labelled as “super-fruits.” It is an evergreen, tropical shrub or low-growing small tree probably originated in the central Americas. Guavas actually thrive well under both humid and dry climates and can tolerate brief periods of cold spells, but can only withstand a few degrees of frost. Its adaptability into ranging emvironments makes it a favorite commercial crop in some tropical areas.
Mexican Sunflower Not Edible Grows to about 5′ tall and attracts lots of butterflies.
Meyer Cocktail Lemon & Lime With this 2 in 1 Meyer Lemon & Cocktail Lime Patio Tree you get both plants in one pot! Anyone and everyone in America can enjoy these outside in the summer and inside in the winter. They bear fruit repeatedly year round beginning the 1st season because they are fully established and ready to fruit. The Meyer Lemon is a cross between an orange and a lemon. It will provide abundant fruit that are rounder, thinner-skinned, more orange in color and considerably less acidic than regular lemons. For that reason, it is sought after by all the top restaurants around the world.
Miracle Fruit Miracle Fruit or Miracle Berry Is a plant known for its berry that, when eaten, causes sour foods (such as lemons & limes) subsequently consumed to taste sweet.
Mulberry The health benefits of mulberries include their ability to improve digestive health, lower cholesterol, aid in weight loss efforts, increase circulation, build bone tissue, boost the immune system, prevent certain cancers, slow down the aging process, lower blood pressure, protect eye health, & improver the overall metabolism of the body.
Okra The health benefits of okra include its ability to lower total cholesterol levels, improve digestive health, improve vision, boost skin health, protect infant health, prevent certain cancers, strengthen bones, improve cardiovascular health, aid the immune system, lower blood pressure & heart health.
Olive Olives have cardiovascular benefits, reduce allergies, improve weight loss, increase digestive tract health, aid in cancer prevention, decrease pain, improve eye health, provide a good source of iron, improve skin and hair health, taste great, can be eaten whole, raw, cooked, dried, seasoned or used for the oil.
Onion Onion, Allium cepa, is an herbaceous biennial in the family Liliaceae grown for its edible bulb. The stem of the plant is a flattened disc at the base and the tubular leaves form a pseudostem where their sheaths overlap. The leaves are either erect or oblique and there are 3-8 per plant.
Passion Fruit Passion fruit is an intriguing and mysterious fruit that has a surprising number of health and medicinal benefits for those fruit lovers who add it to their diet. Some of these benefits include passion fruit’s ability to prevent cancerous growth, stimulate digestion, boost immune function, improve eyesight, increase skin health, regulate fluid balance in the body, lower blood pressure, boost circulation, and improve bone mineral density. Furthermore, it reduces signs of premature aging, lessens inflammation, improves sleeping habits, and eliminates asthma.
Peach Peaches also offer a rich treasure of minerals such as calcium, potassium, magnesium, iron, manganese, phosphorous, zinc, and copper. Peaches are low in calories, contain no saturated fat or cholesterol, and are a good source of dietary fiber.
Pepper Scotch Bonnet Very closely related to the Habanero chile, the Scotch Bonnet (or Bahamian, Bahama Mama, Jamaican Hot or Martinique Pepper) is just about as hot. It has a similar applecherry tomato flavour. Like the Habanero, it is spherical, although rather more squashed in shape and it is smaller, 3.25-4 cm in diameter. Native to the Caribbean, it is available in the UK in green, yellow, orange, white, brown and red as well as multi-toned.
Peppermint Swiss Chard Swiss chard is related to beets and spinach, and I think it tastes somewhere in between. It looks fantastic in containers or in a raised bed. You can plant it in early spring and it will stay lush long after all the other greens have bolted, because chard tolerates both cold and heat, though I do think the colors fade a bit in the warmer weather.
Persimmon Persimmons are delicious and exotic fruits that do more than serve as a sweet and tasty treat; they have a wealth of health benefits packed inside them, including their ability to improve eye health, reduce signs of aging, prevent various types of cancer, improve digestion, boost your immune system, lower cholesterol, increase your metabolism, strengthen your bones, boost cognitive function, lower blood pressure, and take care of your skin. Furthermore, they can help your body heal faster, aid in weight loss, reduce inflammation and increase blood circulation throughout the body.
Pigeon Pea Pigeonpea, Cajanus cajan, is a perennial shrub in the family Fabaceae grown for its edible pods and seeds. Pigeonpea is a highly branched shrub with a woody base, slender stems and trifoliate leaves. The plant leaflets are oblong or elliptical in shape and the leaves are alternate and arranged spirally on the stems
Pomegranate Health benefits of pomegranate are innumerable. Apart from being healthy, pomegranate is delicious too. Pomegranate consists of antioxidant, antiviral and anti-tumor properties. It is said to be a good source of vitamins as it includes vitamin A, C and E as well as folic acid. Pomegranates are known mostly for curing the problems related to heart and for maintaining effective and healthy blood circulation. Other health benefits include cure of stomach disorders, cancer, dental care, osteoarthritis, anemia and diabetes.
Pomelo Pink Grapefruit The tree has a spreading canopy with a rounded top and densely packed dark green, long and thin leaves with winged petioles. The tree produces white flowers singly or in clusters and large spherical fruits, usually in clusters. The fruits are 8–12 cm (3–5 in) in diameter with yellow-orange skin and segmented white, red or pink flesh. Grapefruit trees can reach heights between 10 and 15 m (33–50 ft) and live for many years if well maintained. Grapefruit likely originated in the West Indies as a hybrid of pomelo and sweet orange or mandarin.
Princess Blueberry Some of the most important health benefits of hops essential oil include its ability to relieve pain and reduce anxiety, assist in sexual performance, reduce respiratory distress, improve the health of your hair, calm gastrointestinal issues, relieve headaches, soothe menstrual pains, and boost the health and appearance of the skin. Blueberry
Red Bell Pepper Red Bell peppers, Capsicum annuum are a cultivar group of annual or perennial plants in the family Solanaceae grown for their edible fruits.   . Red, yellow, purple, or brown fruit are produced each season about 3-6 weeks after flowering.
Red Sugar Cane Although delicious, Studies have shown it to be high in polyphenols, which are powerful phytonutrients with the qualities of antioxidants. It is also loaded with vitamins and minerals such as calcium, potassium, magnesium, manganese, and iron; along with a complete profile of essential amino-acids that help burn fat and build muscle. Cane juice is alkaline to the body, and because most diseases cannot live in an alkaline environment, in its raw form, sugar cane juice can be very healing to the body. It has even been found to lower cholesterol–both LDL and triglycerides.
Root Beer The leaves are chopped and used for flavoring, as well as used whole, as wrappings for meats, tamales, etc.
Sage Pineapple The health benefits of Sage Essential Oil can be attributed to its properties like anti-fungal, anti-microbial, anti-oxidant, anti-septic, anti-inflammatory, anti-spasmodic, anti-bacterial, depurative, digestive, disinfectant, expectorant, febrifuge, laxative and stimulant.
Seminole Pumpkin Pumpkin seeds are delicious and often overlooked parts of a pumpkin that have many health benefits packed into their small shape. These benefits include their ability to help strengthen your metabolism, heal your body efficiently, boost your heart health, lift your mood, help you sleep, protect your bones, prevent cancer, eliminate kidney stones, alleviate inflammation, boost your immune system, defend against parasites, detoxify the body, and for those who want to gain weight, pumpkin seeds can do that as well!
Spinach Longevity Can be eaten fresh like a salad, stir fried with other vegetables, juiced, and also enjoyed as a cup of tea. It has a very delicious taste. Can reduce blood sugar, be used as an anti-inflammatory, relieves body pains, rheumatic pain, and also treats kidney problems.
Spinach Okinawa As Food: The leaves and young shoot tips can be cooked. Steam, stir fry, tempura or add to soups, stews or anything and uses cooked greens. The purple variety will lose its color when cooked. Okinawan spinach also fits nicely into the recent green drinks fad. It can be juiced with other greens or mixed into a smoothie. As Medicine: The purple variety of this plant is unusual not only in that it has fancier color. It also is the variety grown for medicinal purposes. Proanthocyanidin is the same famous health boosting chemical which is in red and black grape skins, grape seeds, grape juices, and red wine. Supposedly, the active daily dose for cholesterol reduction (and many other positive effects) is around 1 tbsp. fresh foliage- about 2 to 3 mature leaves.
Spring High Blueberry Some of the most important health benefits of hops essential oil include its ability to relieve pain and reduce anxiety, assist in sexual performance, reduce respiratory distress, improve the health of your hair, calm gastrointestinal issues, relieve headaches, soothe menstrual pains, and boost the health and appearance of the skin. Blueb
Sun Hosta The Sun Hosta has many varieties. Blooms in Spring and Fall. Requires water at minimum, twice weekly & requires partial sunlight. Perennial. Not Edible.
Sunshine Blueberry Some of the most important health benefits of hops essential oil include its ability to relieve pain and reduce anxiety, assist in sexual performance, reduce respiratory distress, improve the health of your hair, calm gastrointestinal issues, relieve headaches, soothe menstrual pains, and boost the health and appearance of the skin.
Sweetheart Lychee Sweetheart Lychee
Sweet and juicy with a rose fragrance Lychee’s are considered the King of fruit. With its rough, scaly outer skin, lychee’s shape is compared to a strawberry and ripens very fast from green to a beautiful bright red exterior. The fruit itself resembles a grape and can have a seed in the middle which is removed before eating this luxurious fruit. Great source of Vitamin C, Vitamin B-complex. Reliable and superior quality. Fruits grow in bunches on the tree. Ripens May – June. Considered a high-end variety. Fresh whole lychee contains a total 72 mg of vitamin C per 100 grams of fruit, an amount representing 86% of the Daily Value.
Tamarind Sweet and tangy, tamarind is one of the widely used spice-condiments found in every South-Asian kitchen! Tamarind is a very large tree with long, heavy drooping branches, and dense foliage. Completely grown-up tree might reach up to 80 feet in height. During each season, the tree bears curved fruit pods in abundance covering all over its branches. Each pod has hard outer shell encasing deep brown soft pulp enveloping around 2-10 hard dark-brown seeds. Its pulp and seeds held together by extensive fiber network.
Tapioca Cassava, Manihot esculenta, is a perennial shrub in the family Euphorbiaceae grown primarily for its storage roots which are eaten as a vegetable. The cassava plant is a woody plant with erect stems and spirally arranged simple lobed leaves with petioles (leaf stems) up to 30 cm in length
Texas Everbearing Fig The Texas Everbearing Fig
is also known as Brown Turkey Fig. It needs full sun and well- drained soil. It produces nearly seedless fruit with a mild sweet flavor from June through August. Figs are a good source (14% of the Daily Value, DV) of dietary fiber.
Thornless Blackberry Health benefits of blackberry include better digestive health, strengthened immune defense, healthy functioning of heart, prevention of cancer and relief from endothelial dysfunction. Blackberry provides cognitive benefits and aids in enhancing memory, weight management, keeping the bones strong, healthy skin, improved vision and disease-free eyes, normal blood clotting and may also serve as a valuable food during pregnancy owing to an impressive gamut of healthful nutrients.
Tumeric Growing turmeric plants are great sources of vitamin C, magnesium & potassium, but the list of turmeric benefits doesn’t stop there. Turmeric has been long found to have a plethora of medicinal benefits. Arthritis, muscle sprains, swelling, & pain caused by injury or surgical incision has been shown to be relieved. Stomach and liver ailments, skin diseases and some heart related diseases can all be aided with the use of turmeric plants. It can be utilized as a blood purifier, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant too.
Vanilla Bean Offers a wide variety of benefits and uses, too many to list including but not limited to increased libido, antibacterial properties, burn relief, mask bitter tastes of medicines, relieve tooth ache, aids in relief of depression, anxiety and digestive disorders.
Variegated Tapioca Cassiva The variegated tapioca (known
Venus Mango Weighing up to 2.5 lbs. Yellow when ripe, not an attractive mango but extremely sweet and juicy. Fruiting season June-July. Fiber-less, medium size tree, must have for any mango collector. Full sun June-July.
White Sapote Apple sized fruit with white or yellow creamy, custardy pulp that has an excellent sweet banana flavor. White sapote’s are well known throughout much of Central America and Mexico.
White Sugar Cane Although delicious, Studies have shown it to be high in polyphenols, which are powerful phytonutrients with the qualities of antioxidants. It is also loaded with vitamins and minerals such as calcium, potassium, magnesium, manganese, and iron; along with a complete profile of essential amino-acids that help burn fat and build muscle. Cane juice is alkaline to the body, and because most diseases cannot live in an alkaline environment, in its raw form, sugar cane juice can be very healing to the body. It has even been found to lower cholesterol–both LDL and triglycerides.
Wild Coffee Although great tasting it boasts such health benefits such as fighting liver cirrhosis, Lowering the risk of type 2 diabetes, protects you against cancer, reduces risk of Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s Disease, eliminates body fat, improvise brain power, relieves pain, boosts adrenaline and aids in digestion.
Yellow Bell Pepper Yellow Bell peppers, Capsicum annuum are a cultivar group of annual or perennial plants in the family Solanaceae grown for their edible fruits.   . Red, yellow, purple, or brown fruit are produced each season about 3-6 weeks after flowering.
Yellow Dragonfruit The fruits of the yellow dragonfruit have a wonderfully handy, built-in timer that signifies when they are ripe. When they are unripe they are covered in clusters of prominent spines on the apex of each knob of the fruit. As the fruit ripen these spines, which helped to keep the critters away while the fruits were immature, fall off leaving a prickle-free fruit ready to harvest. Color is another way to tell the ripeness in these fruit as their skin will turn from green to yellow on ripening, although sometimes perfectly ripe fruit will still be slightly tinged with green.