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Aegle marmelos, Bael, Bengal Quince, Indian Bael, Wood Apple, Matoom

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Family: Rutaceae
Bael, Bengal Quince, Indian Bael, Wood Apple, Matoom
Origin: India
big treesmall tree 10-20 ftfull sunsemi-shademoderate waterfragrantthorny or spinyethnomedicaledibleultra tropical, min. temp. 55Fincuded in CD catalog

This plant is a medium sized tree that grows up to 40ft.This plant is known to posses some medicinal properties. All parts of this tree including, the roots, leaves, trunk, fruits, and seeds, are used for curing one human ailment, or another. The fruits are usually eaten by people.They taste like marmalade, and smell like roses. They are also used in the preparation of many medicines in villages. These protein-rich fruits are also used in making some very good drinks. They can also make a wonderful jam. The plant easily withstands long periods of drought, which are needed for better fruit yields. It grows in most soil and climate types, and requires little care when established.


 Aegle marmelos, Bael, Bengal Quince, Indian Bael, Wood Apple, Matoom

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Very rare plant. We have only few plants (see picture).
Bael, Bengal quince, Indian bael, Wood apple, Matoom. The offering of bael leaves is a compulsory ritual of the worship of Lord Shiva in the hills. This importance seems largely due to its medicinal properties. All parts of this tree, root, leaf, trunk, fruit and seed, are used for curing one human ailment or another. The fruits taste like marmalade, and smell like roses.
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This plant belongs to citrus family and can't be moved outside of Florida.
This item is not certified for shipping to California. Do not order it for shipping to California address. More info
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Aegle marmelos - seeds

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Bael, Bengal quince, Indian bael, Wood apple, Matoom. The fruits taste like marmelade, and smell like roses. The offering of bael leaves is a compulsory ritual of the worship of Lord Shiva in the hills. This importance seems largely due to its medicinal properties. All parts of this tree, root, leaf, trunk, fruit and seed, are used for curing one human ailment or another.
Plant seeds as soon as received using well draining soil mixture, keep damp, warm and in bright light.
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Boronia sp., Boronia

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Boronia megastigma
 Boronia sp.
Family: Rutaceae
Boronia
Origin: Australia
large shrub 5-10 ftfull sunsemi-shaderegular waterpink flowersUnknown name

Boronias are known for their perfumed flowers, they are generally somewhat difficult to grow in cultivation. All species require excellent drainage and part shade.


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Boronia crenulata
Boronia sp., Boronia

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Boronia sp., Boronia

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Casimiroa edulis, White Sapote

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Flowering in 1 gal pot
 Casimiroa edulis
Family: Rutaceae
White Sapote
Origin: Central America
big treefull sunmoderate waterediblesubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short timeincuded in CD catalog

Varieties: Homestead, Dade. Season: May - July. Thin skinned fruit does not ship well. Very tasty custard-like pulp melts in your mouth. Flavor is excellent. Reputed in Mexico to have soporific effect. Sapote dormil - Sleepy Sapote.


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Subspicies Tetrameria (Wooly Leaf, Agua Viva)
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Casimiroa edulis - Grafted Redland white sapote

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Redland White sapote - produces medium size round fruit. Very creamy sweet custard-like flesh.
Mature trees are cold hardy to mid-20sF
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Grown in 3 gal pot, large plant

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Casimiroa edulis - Grafted Super Sweet White Sapote

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Super Sweet variety, very large fruit, sweet and flavorful. No aftertaste. Propagated from a unique large tree in Bonita Springs, FL.
In tropical conditions it can produce fruits almost year around
Mature trees are cold hardy to mid-20sF
7 gal pot. Please read the following information before ordering this plant. This is large size plant grown in 7 gal pot. This plant is much more mature than our standard size plants in 3 gal. It has thicker trunk and more branches. See a picture showing relative size of plants grown in 3 gal and 7 gal.
This plant will be shipped separately from other items by UPS/FedEx Ground due to its large size. Extra soil removed. See here time in transit (business days, excluding Sat-Sun!).
If transit time to your state is more than 4 days, over-weekend delay may occur. We provide the best packaging but can not guarantee plant safety if weekend delay occurs. We strongly recommend contacting us in advance regarding alternative methods of shipping. To estimate shipping cost, select the plant in the shopping cart and calculate shipping.
This item will be shipped within 2 weeks.
This item is certified for shipping to California.
Grown in 7 gal pot

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Casimiroa edulis - White sapote, seedling

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White sapote - produces medium size round fruit, 3-6 oz, with yellowish-green skin. Excellent sweet (sugar content is 22%) flesh is custard-like. Few small seeds. Fruits ripens in Florida in Fall-Spring. In tropical conditions it can produce fruits almost year around
Mature trees are cold hardy to mid-20sF
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Grown in 1 gal pot

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Choisya  Choisya 'Aztec Pearl'
Family: Rutaceae
Mexican Orange Blossom
Origin: Mexico
large shrub 5-10 ftfull sunsemi-shademoderate waterwhite/off-white flowersfragrantattracts butterflies, hummingbirdssubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short timeincuded in CD catalog

The Choisya ternata has hybridised with Choisya arizonica to give Choisya 'Aztec Pearl', a popular modern cultivar, which has leaves divided into 3-5 slender leaflets, and flowers which are pink in bud, opening white.This is a rounded, medium-sized shrub with shining, dark green leaves. These are opposite; they are pitted with numerous oil glands (which can be seen if the leaf is held up to the light) and give off a pungent odor when crushed. Happy in full sun or dappled shade, it will also do well in dry areas. Best planted in early autumn or wait until spring. If pruning required, then it should be done in mid spring.


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Choisya ternata , Mexican Orange Blossom

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Family: Rutaceae
Mexican Orange Blossom
Origin: Mexico
large shrub 5-10 ftsmall tree 10-20 ftfull sunmoderate waterregular waterwhite/off-white flowersfragrantattracts butterflies, hummingbirdssubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short time

Choisya ternata is a fast growing little shrub that is perfect for a mixed shrub hedge or border.

The Choisya ternata has hybridised with Choisya arizonica to give Choisya 'Aztec Pearl', a popular modern cultivar.


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Citrofortunella mitis, Calamondin, Calamondin Orange, China Orange, Musk Lime, Panama Orange, Philippine Orange, To-kumquat

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Family: Rutaceae
Calamondin, Calamondin Orange, China Orange, Musk Lime, Panama Orange, Philippine Orange, To-kumquat
small tree 10-20 ftfull sunregular waterwhite/off-white flowersedibleincuded in CD catalog

The calamondin tree, ranging from 6 1/2 to 25 ft (2-7.5 m) high, is erect, slender, often quite cylindrical, densely branched beginning close to the ground, slightly thorny, and develops an extraordinarily deep taproot. Calamondin halves or quarters may be served with iced tea, seafood and meats, to be squeezed for the acid juice. They were commonly so used in Florida before limes became plentiful. Some people boil the sliced fruits with cranberries to make a tart sauce. Calamondins are also preserved whole in sugar sirup, or made into sweet pickles, or marmalade. A superior marmalade is made by using equal quantities of calamondins and kumquats. In Hawaii, a calamondin-papaya marmalade is popular. In Malaya, the calamondin is an ingredient in chutney. Whole fruits, fried in coconut oil with various seasonings, are eaten with curry. The preserved peel is added as flavoring to other fruits stewed or preserved. The juice is primarily valued for making acid beverages. It is often employed like lime or lemon juice to make gelatin salads or desserts, custard pie or chiffon pie. In the Philippines, the extracted juice, with the addition of gum tragacanth as an emulsifier, is pasteurized and bottled commercially. This product must be stored at low temperature to keep well. Pectin is recovered from the peel as a by-product of juice production.


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Citrofortunella sp., Calamondin

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Calamondin Variegata
 Citrofortunella sp.
Family: Rutaceae
Calamondin
Can be used for bonsailarge shrub 5-10 ftsmall tree 10-20 ftfull sunsemi-shademoderate waterwhite/off-white flowersfragrantethnomedicaledibleattracts butterflies, hummingbirdssubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short timeincuded in CD catalog

A bi-generic hybrid, Citrus aurantifolia x Fortunella sp. An evergreen frost tender tree. It is in leaf all year. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs. Edible fruit - raw or cooked. The fruit is about 3-5cm in diameter, very acid, it can be used in all the ways that lemons are used.

The plant prefers light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils. It cannot grow in the shade. It requires moist soil. Requires a position in full sun in a fertile well-drained but not dry soil. Prefers a moderately heavy loam with a generous amount of compost and sand added and a very sunny position. When growing plants in pots, a compost comprising equal quantities of loam and leafmould plus a little charcoal should produce good results. When watering pot plants it is important to neither overwater or underwater since the plant will soon complain by turning yellow and dying. Water only when the compost is almost dry, but do not allow it to become completely dry.

The seed is best sown in a greenhouse as soon as it ripe after thoroughly rinsing it. Sow stored seed in March in a greenhouse. Germination usually takes place within 2-3 weeks at 13C. Seedlings are liable to damp off so they must be watered with care and kept well ventilated. When large enough to handle, prick the seedlings out into individual pots and grow them on in the greenhouse for at least three growing seasons before trying them outdoors. Plant them out in the summer and give them some protection from the cold for their first few winters outdoors.

Cuttings of half-ripe wood, July/August in a frame. Layering in October.


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Citrofortunella sp., Calamondin

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Citrus x microcarpa


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Citrus aurantifolia, Mexican Lime, Key lime, West Indian lime

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Family: Rutaceae
Mexican Lime, Key lime, West Indian lime
small tree 10-20 ftfull sunsemi-shademoderate waterwhite/off-white flowersfragrantthorny or spinyethnomedicaledibleattracts butterflies, hummingbirdssubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short timeincuded in CD catalog

Citrus aurantifolia has a globose fruit, 1-2in in diameter, that is greenish-yellow when ripe but usually picked green and valued for its sourness and flavor. C. aurantifolia is a shrubby tree, to 16ft, with many thorns. Dwarf varieties are popular with home growers and can be grown indoors in winter in colder climates. The trunk rarely grows straight, with many branches that often originate quite far down on the trunk. The leaves are ovate 13.5in long, resembling orange (the scientific name aurantifolia refers to the leaves' resemblance). The flowers are 1in in diameter, are yellowish white with a light purple tinge on the margins. Flowers and fruit appear throughout the year but are most abundant from May to September.


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Citrus aurantifolia hybrid - Limequat

Citrus aurantifolia, Mexican Lime, Key lime, West Indian lime

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Limequat
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Citrus aurantifolia hybrid - Limequat
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Limequat


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Citrus bergamia, Bergamot orange

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Family: Rutaceae
Bergamot orange
Origin: South East Asia
small tree 10-20 ftfull sunmoderate waterregular waterwhite/off-white flowersfragrantethnomedicalspice or herbedibleincuded in CD catalog

Small tree with pear-shaped fruit whose oil is used in perfumery. Orange Bergamot has antiseptic, antibiotic, anti-inflammatory, carminative, relaxant, sedative, and uplifting properties. It also balances body systems.


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Citrus grandis, Citrus maxima, Pomelo, Pommelo, Pummelo

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Family: Rutaceae
Pomelo, Pommelo, Pummelo
Origin: Malaysia
big treefull sunmoderate waterediblesubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short timeincuded in CD catalog

This giant citrus is also cultivated in California and Israel. Most of the varieties found today have been bred and grown. A large pomelo is the largest of all citrus. They can grow to be as large as a foot in diameter and up to 25 pounds. The rind is very thick but soft and easy to peel away. The resulting fruit is light yellow to coral-pink flesh and can vary from juicy to slightly dry and from seductively spicy-sweet to tangy and tart. The pomelo is also known as a shaddock. The pomelo tree is spiny, spreading and grows to a height of 50 ft. The leaves are dark green and shiny and the flowers are white and strongly scented. The fruit is large, 4" to 12" in diameter, globose or pearshaped.

Citrus grandis x Citrus paradisi - Pomelit.


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