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jackfruit plants

13 Varieties

jackfruit (artocarpus heterophyllus) is a tropical fruit native to indoa. it commonly grows in the naturally warm and humid climates of asia, africa and some other parts of south america. jackfruit is actually the largest edible fruit in the world.

mango plants

21 Varieties

mango (mangifera indica) are native to north-west region of india and north of burma. mangoes are regarded as the king of the tropical fruit because of their exquisite and peculiar flavour.

guava plants

11 Varieties

guava (psidium cattleyanum) is a tropical fruit native to maxico, central america, the caribbean, and south america. it's skin is typically yellow or loght green, a member of myrtle family.

lemon plants

6 Varieties

lemon (citrus limon) is rounded and slightly elongated , it belongs to the family of citrus fruit and therefore it shares many of the characteristics of other species of citruses . the skin is yellow and specially bright when it is ripen.

coconut plants

8 Varieties

coconut (cocos nucifera) is an important member of the family arecaceae. common in tropical areas throught the world . unripe coconuts contain coconut milk, which is used in curries and soups. the nutmeg can be found creamed and, dried and fresh

exotic fruit plants

71 Varieties

exotic fruits are that which are not native and that are cultivated outside, available at their place of orgin. some exotic fruits are tropical and some are subtropical. we provide wide range of exotic fruits plant collection .

other fruit plants

20 Varieties

fruits are soft and pulpy part of a flowering plant that contains seeds . in this section can see more fruit plants varieties fron india.

jaboticaba fruit plants

14 Varieties

jaboticaba (plinia cauliflora) is plum sized fruits cluster which is directly around the stem and main branches of the tree. these fruits are grape like in appearance and also the flavor tastes as that of grapes

indoor plants

2 Varieties

indoor plants (house plants) that are grown indoors , somethimes it is also known as pot plant which found in places such as residences, offices and in decorative purposes. indoor plants are tropical , semi tropical

ornamental plants

2 Varieties

ornamental plants are plants that are grwn for their beauty rather than their practical use. there are many different types of ornamental plants, and they can be classified in many ways. they are by their type of flower, the way they grow, or the color of their leaves. they used to add beauty to any garden or landscape.

rambutan plants

9 Varieties

rambutan (nephelium lappaceum) is a fruit known for it's distinctive reddish appearance and white flesh.fruit's name derives from the malay word "rambut" (meaning "hair") . this tropical fruit is native to southeast asia. rambutans are members of sapindaceae family, which includes lychee fruit ,longan fruit.

cherry plants

7 Varieties

cherry (prunus) are belongs to rosaceae family and they are edible fruits.sour cherries (prunus cerasus) are commercially produced by frozen or canned and used in sauces and pastries. most of the cherry species are native to north america and europe. cherry plants are also used as ornamental plant because of their flowers and the way of fruit is formed

sapote plants

6 Varieties

sapote (pouteria sapota) is native to southern mexico, central america and the carribbean. also belongs to sapotaceae family. sapote is directly edible fruit. sapote are commonly used in ice cream,shakes and preserves

wax apple or chamba plants

4 Varieties

wax apple (syzygium samarangense) belongs to family' myrtaceae' . they are directly edible fruits, flesh is white with a spongy and airy weave and high water content. center there is a seed cavity. thai wax apples are slightly crunchy and juicy with a light, sweet flavour similar to asian pear

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