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    Aloe thraskii

    This native to South Africa develops strongly re-curved leaves and can grow to 10 . It produces small yellow flowers within the 15 to 20 upright cylindrical racemes.
    Width may exceed 4′ and will produce small off shoot plants.

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    ANACARDIUM occidentale “Cashew nut”

    This 40′ tropical tree is grown for its pear shaped edible fruit and the edible Cashew nut. A wine is made from the cashew fruit. The tree is a vigorous grower that is not too particular about the soil. The fresh seeds contain a toxic oil which could cause rash or other reaction if handled after they are planted. Our packet contains three seeds – they are very large, heavy, kidney shaped seeds. Average weight of 100 Cashew seeds is 1 Lb. Using well draining soil mixture plant the seeds at a depth of 1″ 1/2″. Keep warm and in bright light with high humidity. Keep lightly moist – not wet.

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    CAMELLIA sinensis – Tea

    This is the actual tea of commerce. The tender young leaves are used in the process of tea production. Its scented flowers are white. We can provide fresh seed most of the year. 10 large seeds in packet.

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    Morinda citrifolia “Noni”, “Indian Mulberry”

    Morinda citrifolia “Noni”, “Indian Mulberry”

    Demand for the juice of the Noni has made it a commercial success due to its many reputed health and medical benefits. The flavanoids are higher than vitamin E.
    This shrubby tree grows variably from 6′ to 30′ in lowlands and edges of tropical forests throughout Southeast Asia and Australasia. It can reach maturity in less than 2 years and can flower and bear fruit all year round. The small white fleshy
    fruits resemble Mulberry.

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