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Breadfruit

Artocarpus

0 vendors
7 traders
Type: Edible Fruits and Nuts, Trees
Height: over 40 ft. (12 m)
Conditions: Zone 11, Full Sun
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Bloom of the day

Bachelor's Button, Cornflower

Centaurea 'Blue Diadem'

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3 traders
Type: Annuals
Height: 24-36 in. (60-90 cm)
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Thyrsacanthus

Here in Ajijic, Jalisco, Mexico (USDA Z11), it forms a narrowly upright, sparsely branched evergreen shrub to 8' tall. Bloom was finished...read more

neutral coriaceous Yesterday
Artocarpus

I bought a fruit at a market in Boston and roasted it in the oven. The flesh has a taste and texture that reminds me of roasted chestnuts...read more

neutral coriaceous Yesterday
Eriobotrya

Over 800 cultivars have been bred, mostly by the Japanese. If you want good quality fruit, a grafted cultivar is likely to be better than...read more

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Sambucus

We have a nice one that we trim up to a tree shape, makes an excellent native "small tree" with a somewhat open canopy so it doesn't caus...read more

positive lightyellow Yesterday
Thyrsacanthus

Here is my experience/a review of the plant based on a site in zone 9a/b in Northeastern Florida: Firespike is basically a late autumn...read more

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