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Banara vanderbiltii, Palo de Ramon

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Family: Salicaceae
Palo de Ramon
Origin: Puerto Rico
Small tree 10-20 ftFull sunRegular waterYellow/orange flowers
  


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Casearia corymbosa, Casearia

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Family: Salicaceae   (Formerly:Flacourtiaceae)
Casearia
Origin: Central and South America
Small tree 10-20 ftFull sunSemi-shadeRegular waterWhite/off-white flowersAttracts butterflies, hummingbirds

Also sometimes placed in Salicaceae.


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Dovyalis caffra, Kei Apple

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Family: Salicaceae   (Formerly:Flacourtiaceae)
Kei Apple
Origin: Southwest Africa
Can be used for bonsaiLarge shrub 5-10 ftSmall tree 10-20 ftFull sunRegular waterModerate waterYellow/orange flowersEdibleThorny or spinySubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short timeSeaside, salt tolerant plant

The plants contain prominent spikes on the branches. Kei apple's are both drought and salt tolerant and are often used as coastal landscaping shrubs. For the most part, both male and female plants are required for fruit set. There are some female trees that will bear without a male. Trees exhibit allelopathy and will inhibit the growth of other plants nearby. Dovyalis caffra can be cultivated as a border, screen or used to form an impenetrable hedge around a garden to keep unwanted animals and people out. It will grow well in either full sun or light shade and will also need regular trimming in order to maintain a good hedge. The Kei-apple is easily propagated from seed. The fruits must be ripe before they are collected. The seed must be cleaned and dried in a shady spot before planting. The Kei-apple can also be propagated from hardwood cuttings as long as they are treated with root-stimulating hormone before planting. The fruits are very juicy and having a acidic flavor. They often sprinkled with sugar and eaten fresh, can also be used in a variety of desserts.


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Kei Apple. Dovyalis caffra is usually 3-5 m in height, but sometimes reaches 8 m with a much branched crown. It is a tree or spiny shrub of moderate growth rate that may be planted close together to form a good hedge. Creamy green flowers form in November to December. The fruits are very juicy and having an acidic flavor.
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Dovyalis hebecarpa, Dovyalis abyssinica, Tropical Apricot, Ketembilla, Ceylon Gooseberry

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Family: Salicaceae   (Formerly:Flacourtiaceae)
Tropical Apricot, Ketembilla, Ceylon Gooseberry
Origin: South Africa, cultivated in Sri Lanka and India
Can be used for bonsaiSmall tree 10-20 ftFull sunModerate waterEdibleThorny or spinySubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short time

A small shrubby spiny tree to 15-20ft cultivated for its maroon-purple fruit with acid pulp tasking like gooseberries. Much less thorny than other members of the family. Grows very quickly under ideal conditions. Trees bear fruits in great quantities. Small juicy fruit to 1" around with brown to deep purple velvet skin and deep red acidic pulp, resembling small grape tomatoes in shape. The fruit is usually used in drinks, fresh, either as a flavoring for beverages, or in preserves. Fruits can be eaten out of hand but are usually not for the pulp is very acidic. Plants will tolerate dry and wet soils, although lots of moisture is necessary for proper fruit development. Fruiting occurs from spring to early summer. In some areas tree will bear multiple crops throughout the year. Propagation by seed. Dovyalis abyssinica has the color and flavor of astingent apricot, hence the common name. Cultivated hybrids available.


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Flacourtia indica, Governors plum, Madagascar Plum, Batoko palm

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Family: Salicaceae   (Formerly:Flacourtiaceae)
Governors plum, Madagascar Plum, Batoko palm
Origin: Tropical Africa, Madagascar and Asia
Large shrub 5-10 ftSmall tree 10-20 ftFull sunRegular waterEdibleThorny or spinySubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short time

Governors plum, Madagascar Plum, Batoko palm - is a tropical or subtropical small shrubby tree. It is cultivated in tropical regions as a hedge plant and for its deep red acid fruits resembling small plums. The fruits are about one inch wide and can be eaten fresh or made into preserves. They are sweet and sour, with a texture and flavor similar to a plum. Fruits mature after one to two months from flowering.

The tree is easy to grow, self-fertile and doesn't require much care, not fussy about soil and very forgiving if you forget to water it.

Seeds germinate readily, but it takes a while until the seedling is ready to be transplanted into a big pot or in the ground, a few months.


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Governors plum, Madagascar Plum, Batoko palm - is a tropical or subtropical small shrubby tree. It is cultivated in tropical regions as a hedge plant and for its deep red acid fruits resembling small plums. The fruits are about one inch wide and can be eaten fresh or made into preserves. They are sweet and sour, with a texture and flavor similar to a plum. Fruits mature after one to two months from flowering.
The tree is easy to grow, self-fertile and doesn't require much care, not fussy about soil and very forgiving if you forget to water it.
Seeds germinate readily, but it takes a while until the seedling is ready to be transplanted into a big pot or in the ground, a few months.
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Governors plum, Madagascar Plum, Batoko palm - is a tropical or subtropical small shrubby tree. It is cultivated in tropical regions as a hedge plant and for its deep red acid fruits resembling small plums. The fruits are about one inch wide and can be eaten fresh or made into preserves. They are sweet and sour, with a texture and flavor similar to a plum. Fruits mature after one to two months from flowering.
The tree is easy to grow, self-fertile and doesn't require much care, not fussy about soil and very forgiving if you forget to water it.
Seeds germinate readily, but it takes a while until the seedling is ready to be transplanted into a big pot or in the ground, a few months.
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Flacourtia inermis, Rukam, Batoko Plum, Lori-Lori

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Family: Salicaceae   (Formerly:Flacourtiaceae)
Rukam, Batoko Plum, Lori-Lori
Origin: Malesia
Small tree 10-20 ftFull sunRegular waterModerate waterEdible
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Flacourtia jangomasm Flacourtia cataphracta, Stigmarota jangomas, Indian Coffee Plum, Indian Cherry, Runealma Plum

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Family: Salicaceae   (Formerly:Flacourtiaceae)
Indian Coffee Plum, Indian Cherry, Runealma Plum
Origin: Southeast Asia
Large shrub 5-10 ftSmall tree 10-20 ftFull sunSemi-shadeRegular waterModerate waterWhite/off-white flowersEthnomedical plant.
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Ethnomedical statements / products have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. We urge all customers to consult a physician before using any supplements, herbals or medicines advertised here or elsewhere.DeciduousEdibleThorny or spiny

Flacourtia jangomas is a is a small, spiny, evergreen tree that branches from very low down on the bole. Trunk and branches are commonly thornless in old trees, but densely beset with simple or branched, blunt woody thorns when younger. Bark is light-brown to copper-red with a flaky texture and the leaves are light green and narrow ovate in shape. It produces small white to whitish green fragrant flowers. The relatively juicy fruits are rounded pink to dark red and about an inch wide.

Fruits are eaten both raw and cooked as a jam, and the bark is sometimes used medicinally.


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Flacourtia rukam, Flacourtia euphlebia, Rukam

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Family: Salicaceae   (Formerly:Flacourtiaceae)
Rukam
Origin: Malaysia
Small tree 10-20 ftFull sunSemi-shadeRegular waterYellow/orange flowersEthnomedical plant.
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Ethnomedical statements / products have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. We urge all customers to consult a physician before using any supplements, herbals or medicines advertised here or elsewhere.Attracts butterflies, hummingbirdsEdible

Rukam is a fruit which has originated in South East Asia. It can be se seen bothg wild as well as cultivated in Malaysia. It has also been introduced into Thailand and India. A small tree, trunk and old branches usually crooked, furrowed, branched near the base; woody, simple or branched spines, usually absent in clonally propagated trees. Leaves ovate-oblong or elliptic, shiny dark green above, brownish-red and drooping when young, margins coarsely toothed. Fruits a globose, depressed-globose to obovate berry, light-green to pink or purplish-green to dark red with whitish, juicy, acid pulp, crowned by the small peg-like styles set in a circle. The ripe fruit can be eaten raw. Usually people rub the fruits between the palms of the hand before eating because bruising the flesh eliminates astringency. Fruits are also served in rujak, a fruit salad with spicy sauce, pickled, or sweetened with sugar to make jam or confectionaries. The young leaves are eaten raw in side dishes. Immature fruit is used to prepare traditional medicine against diarrhea and dysentery. The juice of the leaves is applied to inflamed eye-lids. In the Philippines a root decoction is taken by women after childbirth. Rukam grows best under humid tropical conditions. The tree appears to be fairly adaptable to a range of temperature, rainfall and soil conditions. Rukam is usually grown from seed, but the tree produces root suckers which can be used for vegetative propagation, e.g. of spineless trees. Budding or grafting, also on other Flacourtia species, is possible. In Indonesia, the plants are budded on Flacourtia inermis seedlings. The young plants, if nursed well, bear much larger leaves than the full-grown tree. Shoot growth occurs in more or less synchronous flushes. The length of the juvenile phase is not known. In Java the trees flower between June and August; the fruit ripens after about 14 weeks. Occasionally flowering occurs at other times of the year. Rukam has receives little attention and it is so often confused with other species, particularly Flacourtia inermis. There is wide variation in the fruits.


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Kiggelaria africana, Wild peach

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Family: Salicaceae   (Formerly:Flacourtiaceae)
Wild peach
Origin: South Africa
Big tree > 20 ftSmall tree 10-20 ftFull sunSemi-shadeRegular waterModerate waterWhite/off-white flowersSubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short time

Well-shaped and reasonably robust, the low-branching, wild peach has smooth, pale grey bark that becomes rough with age. The variable leaves of this evergreen tree may resemble those of the peach. The tiny, bell-shaped flowers which bloom from August to January (spring to summer), are yellow-green, with male and female flowers on separate trees. The hard, round, knobbly, greenish yellow capsule which forms in February to July (late summer to mid-winter) splits to expose shiny black seeds, enclosed in an oily, sticky, bright orange-red coat.

The hardish, pink-brown wood is a useful general purpose timber (beams, floorboards, furniture).

Reasonably frost-hardy, it likes a moderate amount of water, and a place in the sun. Always add plenty of compost to the soil when planting, and apply a thick mulch layer (organic material, e.g. dried leaves) to protect the surface of the soil. This tree grows in both summer and winter rainfall areas. It tolerates temperatures ranging from about - 2 C to +36C.


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Oncoba spinosa, Snuff-box Tree, Fried Egg Tree

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Family: Salicaceae   (Formerly:Flacourtiaceae)
Snuff-box Tree, Fried Egg Tree
Origin: South Africa, Arabia
Large shrub 5-10 ftSmall tree 10-20 ftFull sunSemi-shadeModerate waterWhite/off-white flowersYellow/orange flowersFragrantEthnomedical plant.
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Ethnomedical statements / products have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. We urge all customers to consult a physician before using any supplements, herbals or medicines advertised here or elsewhere.Attracts butterflies, hummingbirdsEdibleThorny or spinySubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short time

A spiny shrub or small tree. The flowers are white, honey-fragrant and solitary (3" across). The fruits have a sour, edible pulp. Beautiful white and yellow camellia-like flowers look like 'fried eggs' when they drop off and fall on the ground with their yellow stamens facing upwards. Light tip pruning promotes bushy growth. Flowers attract butterflies. Blooms late spring to summer. The hard-shelled fruits are used as snuff boxes. If the fruit are left to dry with the seeds inside they it make amusing rattles for children and are also used as anklets and armlets for dancers to add rhythm when performing. The pulp of the fruit is edible, but is seldom used for that purpose. In African medicine the roots are used in the treatment of dysentery and bladder complaints. It is said that the seeds contain a drying oil that is suitable for varnish, but it is too difficult to extract to be of any commercial significance. The wood is light brown in color and can take a good polish, but the pieces are seldom large enough to be of any commercial value.


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Oncoba spinosa, Snuff-box Tree, Fried Egg Tree

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Oncoba spinosa, Snuff-box Tree, Fried Egg Tree

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Oncoba spinosa, Snuff-box Tree, Fried Egg Tree

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Oncoba spinosa - Fried Egg Tree

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Snuff-box tree, Fried egg tree. A spiny shrub or small tree. The fruits have a sour, edible pulp. Beautiful white and yellow camellia-like flowers look like 'fried eggs' when they drop off and fall on the ground with their yellow stamens facing upwards. Flowers are honey-sweet fragrant and attract butterflies and bees.
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Oncoba spinosa - seeds

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Snuff-box tree, Fried egg tree. A spiny shrub or small tree. The fruits have a sour, edible pulp. Beautiful white and yellow camellia-like flowers look like 'fried eggs' when they drop off and fall on the ground with their yellow stamens facing upwards. Flowers are honey-sweet fragrant and attract butterflies and bees.
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