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Frankie's Nursery

Tropical & Sub-Tropical Fruit Trees
41-999 Mahiku Place , Waimanalo, Hawaii 96795
(808) 259-8737
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FRUIT TREES FOR THE HOME GARDEN

Fruit bearing trees and shrubs can be very rewarding and
versatile in their use for the home garden. Besides providing
many years of fruits for home consumption, fruit bearing plants
can be extensively used in landscaping home gardens in ways
of providing shade, hedge rows, and ornamental value. Certain
fruit trees can be grown in containers to produce fruits on
open lanais and pool decks. By adapting edible plants into
your landscaping, a home garden can be turned into a home produce
department. The following are recommended home garden trees
selected for both their ornamental and fruit values.

Large trees requiring 30 feet spacing (Shade producing trees)

Cainito (Chrysophyllum cainito)
The cainito is a very attractive Central American fruit tree with leaves
glossy green above and silky copper bronze underneath. The purple or
green skinned fruits with white pulp are sweet and delicious with the
texture of soft persimmons.Haitian and Lila are varieties with large
purple fruits. Philippine Gold is a rusty green skinned selection from the
Philippines. Trees will tolerate some wind and flooding conditions.

Kasturi (Mangifera casturi)
This relative of the mango from southern Kalimantan has small
purple-black mango like fruits with very sweet, excellent flavored dark
orange pulp. The trees are native to the wet climate area around
Banjarmasin, Indonesia. Trees grown at our Waimanalo farm are very
productive and do not seem to suffer from anthracnose fungus problems
as the mangoes do. Fruits are similar to a very richly flavored mango:
however, the fruits are small with short fibers near the seed.

Longan (Euphoria 1ongana)
A relative of the lychee, the longan is a popular fruit with the Chinese
and Southeast Asian population in Hawaii.While the longan tree is
similar to the lychee in its ornamental appearance, the longan seems to
tolerate the wind better than the lychee. The yellow brown fruits are
produced in clusters during the fall months after the lychee season. The
white,translucent flesh is somewhat sweeter and spicier in flavor when
compared to the lychee. The Kohala variety with large, sweet, good
flavored fruits has been commonly grown in Hawaii for many years,
however, the trees have been eratic bearers. Longans and lychees are
normally subtropical in their climatic requirement and fruit better in
areas with cool dry winters and warm humid summers. More recently,
varieties from Thailand have been introduced and have produced high
quality fruits regularly. Chompoo, Bai Dum, and Biew Kiew are three
Thai varieties recommended for Hawaii.

Lychee (Litchii chinensis)
The lychee has proved to be a popular the gardens in Hawaii. It is an
attractive that provides shade for the garden and fruits during the
summer. Our Kwai Mi variety, which is thought by some Chinese
authorities to be the Tai So variety in China, is the most commonly
grown variety on the islands. Two other recommended varieties, Groff
and Kaimana, were both developed by the University of Hawaii from
selections of Hak Ip seedlings. The Groff is noted for its late bearing
season and small aborted shrivelled seed. The newer Kaimana lychee
seems to be a promising commercial variety because of its high quality
attractive fruits and reliable bearing traits. Marcotted Kaimana trees
grown and tested at various U.H. experiment stations have been
good consistent annual bearers once they commenced bearing.

Mamey Sapote (Pouteria sapota)
The mamey sapote is a fruit tree in the Sapotaceae family from
Central America, where the fruits are eaten fresh or made into ice
creams and milk shakes. The trees are attractive with leaves clustered at
the branch terminals and fruits borne directly from the branches below
the leaf clusters. The oval shaped , brown fruit has a sweet,
rich, orange red pulp which is delicious as well as nutritious.
The fruit contains protein and is a good source of calcium,~
phosphorus, and niacin. Magana, a cultivar originally from
El Salvador, has large, salmon red fleshed fruits which grow
on low branching, sprawling trees. Pantin, a selection from
Florida, has smaller red fleshed fruits which grow on upright
trees. Trees require wind protection and good drainage.

Mammee Apple (Maremeg americana)
The mammee apple, a relative of the mangosteen, is an attractive fruit
tree from tropical America with thick, glossy, green leaves. The round,
brown skinned fruit has a yellow-orange, firm textured flesh with an
apricot-mango flavor. Fruits can be eaten fresh, stewed, or made into
preserves or jellies. The fruits are preceded by attractive, white, fragrant
flowers. Waimanalo is a selection with large, good quality fruits.Trees are
adaptable to various soils and climates in Hawaii.

Mango (Mangifera indica)
The mango is another popularly grown home garden fruit tree for the
warm, drier parts of the islands. Trees grow in a wide range of soil
types and are drought tolerant. While Haden and Pirie continue to be
popular varieites in Hawaii, other varieties have been introduced or
developed by the University of Hawaii that produce better quality fruits
more regularly. The Gouveia mango is a sweet, juicy, richly
flavored mango that requires a warm, dry area for the development
of its high quality, attractively colored fruits. The Rapoza mango is an
Irwin mango seedling selection developed by the University of Hawaii
that has a very fine textured fiberless pulp with a sweet delicate flavor.
The Rapoza and are anthracnose resistant varieties that can be grown in
relatively humid areas. The Brahm Kai Mea is Thai variety.
The Brahm can be eaten green or ripe and is delicious when eaten either way.

Marang (Artocarpus odoratissima)
The marang is a relative of the breadfruit from southern Philippines
and Borneo. The ornamental trees have large entire or trilobed leaves.
The snowy white pulp around the seeds has an excellent flavor that
is sweet, juicy, and aromatic with a melting texture.
Trees prefer warm, humid tropical climates.

Matisia (Matisia cotdata)
The Matisia, sometimes called South American Sapote, with large round
leaves comes from the Amazon Basin. The orange fleshed fruits tasting
like cantaloupe and mango are borne directly from the tree branches.
The Dulce is a Frankie's Nursery selection with sweet fruits.

Santol (Sandoricum koetjape)
This large ornamental fruit tree from the Asiatic tropics is grown
commercially in Thailand and in the Philippines. Fruits are nearly
round, 3 inches in diameter, turning yellow-orange upon ripening. The
segments of soft, white pulp cling tenaciously to the seeds. One would
normally eat the fruit by sucking the pleasant thirst quenching
flavor of the pulp, which has a delicate blend of sweetness
and acidity, from the seed. The Bangkok and Pui Fah santol
are Asian cultivars with large fruits and trifoliate leaves
that turn an autumn like red before shedding. Trees grow
vigorously and are quite adaptable to our Hawaiian climates.

Medium trees requiring 25-30 feet spacing (Shade producing trees)

Avocado (Persea americana)
Avocados require well draining soil and are represented in Hawaii by
various clones which mature
their fruits during different seasons. Having avocado varieties
from both flower types, A and B, would compliment one another
by cross pollinating each other. Various selected varieties
may be top worked onto a single tree to provide the home gardener
with fruits throughout the year. Some of the recommended home garden
varieties are listed below.
Green Gold is a Sharwil selection developed by the University
of Hawaii. Like the parent, the Green Gold is pyriform shaped, rich
and nutty, with a small seed. It is a prolific bearer maturing its fruits
primarily during the spring months. Type A flower.

Malama is a new, high quality cultivar developed by the
University of Hawaii. The fall ripening, pyriform purple fruits
are thick fleshed and the flavor rich and nutty. Type B flower.

Nishikawa is a 12-18 oz. green pyriform shaped fruit. It
bears very rich and nutty flavored fruits in winter. Type B flower.

lhiat a winter-spring bearing variety originally from
has been well accepted by home gardeners and
commercial growers in Kona. It is being marketed as a gourmet
avocado because of its rich nutty flavor. Fruits are green skinned when
mature. Type B flower.

San Miquel is a high quality fall bearing avocado.
The fruits are pyriform shaped and purple when mature.
Type A flower.

Black Sapote (Diospyros digyna)
The black sapote is a relative of the persimmon from Mexico. The
handsome evergreen trees with shiny dark green leaves are wind
resistant. The sweet, black or dark brown flesh within the round, green
skinned fruit is eaten fresh or used in making ice cream, mousses,
cakes,
and preserves. Fruits are excellent sources of vitamin C, calcium, and
phosphorus. Bernecker is a variety with large fruits and Cuevas is a
seedless variety.

Jakfruit (Artocarpus heterophyllus)
The jakfruit is an attractive, wind resistant tree from India that bears
large green fruits directly from its main branches and trunk. The
yellow, orange, or pink flesh within the ripe fruit from selected varieties are
sweet and juicy with a crisp texture and pleasant aroma. Boiled
immature fruits are commonly used as a vegetable in Southeast Asia,
tasting somewhat like artichoke hearts. NS1 and Singapore jak are
precocious bearing varieties with small fruits. The Dang Rasimi is a
vigorous growing variety from Thailand with large thick fleshed fruits.
The Chompa Gob has thick salmon colored flesh. The Jakfruit x
Chempedak hybrid is a Malaysian selection. The jakfruit shaped fruits
has sweet, thick, soft arils easily detached from the fruit like the chempedak.

Rambutan (Nephilium lappaceum)
The rambutan is a lychee relative grown commercially in many parts of
Southeast Asia for its sweet, mildly subacid, refreshing fruits. The skin
of the fruit is covered with soft spines ranging in color from red,
pink, or yellow. Many cultivars from Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, and
the Philippines have been introduced to Hawaii, and a few have been
producing fruits after 3 to 4 years. The rambutan requires a moist,
wind protected, well draining area to be grown
successfully in Hawaii.

Sapodilla (Manilkara zapota)
The sapodilla is a beautiful ornamental tree, grown for its delicious,
sweet fruits tasting somewhat like pears sprinkled with brown sugar and
cinnamon. The trees are very adaptable to various soils and climates here
in Hawaii, being tolerant to drought, coral soils, and are very
wind resistant. The trees also retain much of their leaves
throughout the year and have a non aggressive root system.
The Alano is a local selection which originated as a seedling
of the Philippine variety Ponderosa. The self fertile, productive trees
produce very sweet, fine textured fruits. Other imported varieties include
Makok and Gonzales.
 

Small trees requiring 15 feet spacing (Use for screening effect)

Abiu (Pouteria caimito)
The abiu is a small evergreen fruit tree native to South America. The
round bright yellow skinned fruits, which are borne directly on the tree
branches several times a year, are considered one of the best fruits of
the Amazon Basin. The white, translucent flesh is sweet with a flavor of
caramel and the texture of a well ripened persimmon. The Gray and
Z-2 abius are selections from Australia with good quality fruits that
weigh about a pound.

Atemoya (Annona cherimola x Annona squamosa)
The atemoya is a hybrid between the cherimoya and sugar apple.
The hybridizing was done to develop a fruit, much like the deliciously
acclaimed cherimoya, that could be grown at low elevations where the
cherimoya does not succeed. The Pinks Mammoth is an Australian
variety with large fruits and remarkably few seeds. The Gefner is a
commercial variety grown locally on Kauai and in Florida with a good
flavor and firm texture.

Canistel (Pouteria campechiana)
The canistel is a very prolific bearing fruit tree from Central America.
The orange yellow fruit has a rich, mealy, sweet flavored pulp tasting
somewhat like a chestnut or candied yam. The highly nutritious fruits
are eaten fresh or used in ice creams and breads. Saludo is a variety
that has large round fruits with moist flesh. The trees seem to have
good wind tolerance.

Carambola (Averrhoa carambola)
The carambola is a productive bearing fruit tree from Malaysia, where
the fruits are eaten fresh or processed into juice. Grafted trees of good
varieties usually start bearing in two years. The ornamental trees bear
clusters of small lilac colored flowers which are followed by
exotic, waxy looking, star shaped fruits. Superior quality
clones have been developed and are available to home growers.
Kary is a carambola developed at the U.H. Poamoho Experiment
Station as a selected seedling of the Kembangan carambola.
Fruits are orange yellow when ripe, sweet, and pleasantly
flavored with a crisp texture. Fwang Tung is a variety that
originated as a seedling from a Thai variety in Florida. The
greenish yellow fruits are large and sweet with a crisp and
refreshing taste. The Leng Bak is also a sweet, crisp fruit
that is also great for making juice. The Honey, B-17, is a
new, superior variety from Malaysia, but needs cross pollination.

Citrus
Citrus trees have been proven to be very popular with
home gardeners. Under Hawaii's tropical climate, they have
shown their ability to produce two or more crops per year.
Home growers should select a plant grafted onto a rootstock
suitable to their soil type and resistant to diseases in their
locality. The choice of rootstocks also plays a role in deter-
mining fruit quality and size, drought tolerance, and tree size.
The following are descriptions of new citrus varieties available
to home gardeners: Cara Cara Oranqe is a red fleshed navel orange
which originated as a sport mutation in Venezuela. Fruits borne on
trees topworked with this variety here in Waimanalo have shown a dark
red pulp color. Fruits are similar in quality to the Washington Navel
orange. Rico #2 Orange is a nucellar seedling of the Washington Navel orange.
Originating in Puerto Rico, this budline appears to do very well in
tropical areas and is recommended by the University of Hawaii. The
trees are heavy producers with fruits similar to the Washington Navel.
Under Hawaii's tropical climate, the fruits develop a good flavor with a
high sugar content. Halawa Pummelo is a giant size (up to 16 pounds)
red fleshed pummelo. It is very juicy, sweet, and pleasantly flavored
with no bitter after taste.

Guava (Psidium Guava)
The guava is a tropical American tree that is grown locally for its
acidic pulp, which is processed into fruit juices, purees, jellies, jams,
and syrups. Acid varieties with an abundance of pink pulp, such as
Waikea, are valued for processing. Holmberg, Hong Kong Pink, Indonesian Seedless,
and Crystal Seedless are sweet dessert types with low acid content that
are valued for eating as a fresh fruit.
Guavas are very hardy plants that are adaptable to various soils and
climates in Hawaii. Plants seem to fruit well even with much neglect.

Mountain or Malay Apple (Syzygium malaccense)
The mountain apple is a very refreshing fruit with an aromatic, pleasant
taste. Known as Ohia apples by the Hawaiians, the handsome trees
originally came from Malaysia and traveled throughout the Pacific in
early polynesian times. Cultivars propagated vegetatively include
Kingston, a very large, dark red, juicy fruit weighing up to one pound
and Rookman, a long medium sized fruit with a sweetish flavor.

Sugar Apple (Annona squamosa)
The sugar apple is a small semi-deciduous tree from tropical America.
The fruits, which are green, purple, or yellow skinned, look somewhat
like a globe artichoke with many carpels which may separate when ripe.
The white, soft flesh surrounding many seeds within the fruit has
a sweet pleasant flavor and is aromatic. A seedless, green skinned variety
from the Philippines is being propagated by grafting.

Soursop (Annona muricata)
The soursop is a fruit tree from the American tropics that is popularly
grown for its juicy, aromatic fruits. The large 3 to 5 pound fruits are
grown for its acid-sweet juice, which are processed into drinks and
sherbets. Varieties include Whitman Fiberless, a more productive cultivar with
delicious melting pulp, Dulce, a sweet variety with low acid content, and
Miles 28, a Costa Rican variety with fruits as large as watermelons.

Wampi (Clausena lansium)
The wampi is a very ornamental fruit tree with shiny compound
leaves. It is a citrus relative from southern China. Small white flowers
are borne in clusters at the branch tips prior to fruiting. The sweet, tart
berries, which hang down in clusters, are highly esteemed in China.
The fruit taste somewhat like kumquats and grapes.
 

Small fruit trees for hedgerows or container plants

Acerola (Malpighia punicifolia)
This small, bushy tree from the West Indies is well known for its high
vitamin C yielding fruits. The round, red fruits were once grown
commercially on the Big Island and shipped to the mainland before the
manufacture of cheaper synthetic ascorbic acid. The sweet varieties, such
as Manoa Sweet, are preferred for eating fresh.

Araca'-Boi (Eugenia stipitata)
A highly flavored, aromatic fruit that makes a most delicious drink.
Just the pulp from a single fruit about the size of a guava is needed to
make a whole pitcher of juice by blending it together with water, sugar,
and ice. This western Amazonia fruit grows from a 6 to 7 feet
high bush.

Cabeluda (Myrciaria g1omerata)
This small.Brazilian shrub is a jaboticaba relative with pleasant tasting
sweet yellow fruits. It usually starts bearing at about 3' in height.

Jaboticaba (Myrciaria cauliflora)
This small Brazilian tree produce round purplish-black fruit directly
from its trunk and main branches. The fruits taste very much like rich
grapes with thicker skins, and are used in every way in place of grapes
in Brazil. The slow growing plants can be used as hedges or
sculptured trees. This ornamental tree produces many crops
throughout the year.

Kaffir Lime (Citrus hystrix)
The Kaffir lime is a small citrus tree popularly grown in Southeast
Asia for its pleasantly fragrant leaves, used as a food flavoring.
The aromatic, bumpy skinned fruits are mainly used for washing hair
and is said to kill hair lice. The small trees are well adapted to
growing in containers and is useful to people who cook Thai foods.
Other citrus varieties such as lemons, limes, and calamondin
make good container plants. Varieties of tangerines and oranges
grafted onto a dwarfing rootstock and potted into 15 to 25 gallon
containers fruit satisfactorily.
 

Kumquat (Fortunella species)
The kumquat is an ornamental shrub or small tree related to citrus
from China. The trees, bushy and symmetrical with orange yellow
fruits, are highly prized as ornamental tubbed plants for open lanais or
pool decks. Two major varieties are grown in Hawaii. The Nagami
kumquat. is known for its oval, brightly colored orange fruits. The
pulp is tart, but the rind is sweet flavored and spicey.
The Nagami fruits are valued for marmalades, preserves, dried fruits,
and for decorative purposes. The Meiwa kumquat is known for
its large round fruits. Its thick, sweet rind and comparatively
sweet flesh make this variety the best kumquat for eating fresh.

Limau Limo (Citrus limo)
This lime like fruit from Indonesia has an excellent acid flavor and
high aroma. Popularly used for flavoring satay (skewered barbecued
meat) in Indonesia.

Miracle Fruit (Synsepalum dulcificum)
The miracle fruit is a small compact bush in the Sapotaceae family
from the tropical jungles of west Africa. The small, bright red fruit
act on the sour taste receptors of the taste buds by turning all sour
foods sweet for about a two hour period. Sour, acidic fruits,
such as lemons, tamarinds, and pineapples, will be transformed
into sweet treats after eating just one miracle fruit. The
slow growing plants make excellent container plants. They prefer
partial shade and fruit intermittently throughout the year.

Pak Wan (Sauropus androgynous)
The edible young leaves and shoots from this tropical shrub is one of
the most nutritious and tastiest of all green leaf vegetables. Eaten either
cooked or raw, the delicious pea like flavored leaves are said to have
the highest protein and mineral content of any green vegetable.
The disease and pest resistant shrubs are easy to grow and can
be used for hedges. Very popular in Malaysia and Thailand where the
succulent young tips are eaten like tropical asparagus.
 

Peanut Butter Fruit (Bunchosia argentia)
A fast growing small tree or shrub. Attractive clusters of yellow flowers
are borne on the tree followed by an abundance of one inch fruits
which turn red upon maturity from summer to winter. The rich, sweet flesh
has a texture somewhat like peanut butter which can be eaten fresh or
made into milk shakes.

Pomegranate (Punica granatum)
The fruiting pomegranate is an attractive spiny shrub grown for its
refreshing, pleasant tasting fruits. The drought tolerant nature of this
shrub and the ornamental effect of the decorative flowers and fruits
make this plant an ideal fruit candidate for arid, coral soil areas.
Plants are very attractive when growing as a hedgerow cascading over a
retaining wall.

Rheedia edulis--
Small, self fertile tree that bears clusters of 3/4 to 1 inch diameter
yellow fruits with a pleasant subacid, sweet flavor. Trees are adaptable
in dry or wet climates and will bear fruits in large containers.

Surinam Cherry (Eugenia uniflora)--
The Surinam cherry is an attractive shrub or small tree suitable for
growing as a hedge or as a potted plant for open lanais. The plant is
very ornamental, producing small white flowers and round, ribbed fruits

which turn scarlet or purplish-black when ripe. Fruits can be eaten fresh
or used in making jelly. A few selected varieties have been introduced
to Hawaii and are being propagated by grafting. Among these varieties
are Lolita, with very sweet, rich flavored black fruits, and Vermillion,
a Florida variety with large, red, sweet fruits.

Vexator (Myrciaria vexator)--
This jaboticaba relative has round dark purple fruits that taste somewhat
like sweet grapes. Its a slow growing small tree or bush.

Yuzu (Citrus ichangensis x C. reticulata--
A citrus from Japan valued for its fragrant, aromatic fruit. Thin slices
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Frankie's Nursery
Tropical & Sub-Tropical Fruit Trees
41-999 Mahiku Place , Waimanalo, Hawaii 96795 , (808) 259-8737
 

PRICE LIST

Selected Varieties 1 gal. 2 gal. 3 gal.
(Vegetatively propagated by grafting marcotts, or cuttings)

Abiu-(Gray, Z2) 30.00 45.00

Acerola-(Manoa Sweet) 10.00 20.00

Avocado-(Green Gold, Hulumanu, Malama, 15.00 30.00
Nishikawa, San Miguel, Sharwil)

Banana-(Dwarf Brazilian) 20.00

Blackberry- 10.00
(Brazos--low elevation, large fruits)

Black Pepper-(Kudra vali) 8.00 (4" pot)

Black Sapote-(Bernecker, Cuevas Seedless) 30.00 45.00

Breadfruit-(Maafala, Masumwa) 20.00 35.00

Cactus-(Yellow Pataya) 15.00

Cainito-(Haitian, Lila~ Philippine Gold) 30.00 45.00

Canistel-(Saludo) 25.00

Carambola-(Fwang Tung, Kary, Leng Bak, 15.00 30.00
B-17-Honey)

Citrus-(Washington Navel Orange, Bears, 12.50 15.00 25.00
Mexican lime, Calamondin, Rio Red (1.5 gal)
grapefruit, King mandarin, Fremont,
Murcott, Nova, Page tangerine, Meiwa,
Nagami kumquat, Chandler, Leslie,
Kao Yei pummelo)

Citrus-(Kaffir lime, Limau Limo, 15.00 30.00
Cara Cara red fleshed navel orange,
Rico #2 navel orange, Som Kiew Wan tangerine,
Yuzu, Halawa pummelo)

Durian-(Commercial Asian varieties) 40.00 100.00

Fig-(White) 8.00 20.00

Guava-(Holmberg, Hong Kong Pink, Indonesian 25.00
Seedless, Waikea/processing)

Guava-(Crystal Seedless Apple) 40.00

Granadilla (Giant selected variety) 5.50 (4" pot)

Jakfruit-(Dang Rasimi, Chompa Gob, NSl, 35.00 60.00
Singapore)

Kasturi-(Mango relative; sweet fruits) 30.00 45.00

Longan-(Bai Dum, Biew Kiew, Chompoo) 30.00 45.00 60.00

Loquat-(Big Jim, Mogi) 15.00

Lychee-(Kaimana) 20.00 35.00 50.00

Macadamia-(Kau, Makai, Mauka) 25.00

Mamey Sapote-(Magana, Pantin) 45.00

Mammee Apple-(Waimanalo) 35.00

Mango-(Carabao, Fairchild, Fa Lom, 15.00 30.00
Gouveia, Julie, Keitt, Okrong)

Mango-(Brahm Kai Mea, Rapoza) 25.00 40.00

Matisia-(Dulce) 35.00

Mountain Apple-(Kingston, Rookman) 20.00 35.00

Pak Wan-Most nutritious green leaved 5.00 (4" pot)
vegetable, Sauropus androgyn

Passion Fruit-(Possum, Yellow selection) 5.50 (4" pot)

Rambutan-(Commercial Asian varieties) 45.00

Santol-(Bangkok, Pui Fah) 25.00 40.00 55.00

Sapodilla-(Alano~ Gonzalez, Martin, 20.00 35.00 50.00
Makok, Ponderosa)

Sapodilla-(Dwarf varieties) 30.00 50.00

Soursop-(Dulce, Miles 28, Whitman 25.00 40.00
Fiberless)

Star Anise (Spice) Illicium verum 15.00

Sugar Apple-(Seedless) 30.00 45.00

Surinam Cherry-(Lolita, Vermillion) 15.00 25.00

Tamarind-(Thai Sweet) 25.00 40.00

Grafted Wampi 15.00
 
 

Seedlings          4" to 1 gal. -   2 gal.

Amazon Custard Apple Rollinea deliciosa 10.00

Araca'-Boi Eugenia stipitata 15.00

Bunchosia (Peanut Butter Fruit) 7.50
Bunchosia argentia

Cabeluda Myrciaria G1omerata 15.00

Cambuca' Marliera edulis 45.00 (3 gal.)

Clove Syzygium aromaticurn 15.00

Cocoa Theobroma cacao 7.50 15.00
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Coffee Coffea arabica 7.50 15.00

Jaboticaba Myrciaria cauliflora 15.00 25.00

Langsat Lansium domesticum 20.00 35.00

Mangosteen Garcinia mangostang 15.00 25.00

Marang Artocarpus odoratissimus 15.00

Miracle Berry Synsepalum dulcificum 15.00 25.00

Papaya (Eksotika, K.L. Yellow) 3.00
Carica papaya (4" pot)

Peach Palm Bactris gasipaes 35.00

Pomegranate Punica granatum 7.50

Rheedia edulis 7.50 15.00

Salak (Bali variety) Salacca edulis 18.00 35.00

Thai Sugar Apple Annona squamosa 10.00

Vexator Myrciaria vexator 15.00

Wi Apple (Dwarf) Spondias cytherea 15.00 30.00
 

Ornamentals 1 gal. 2 gal. 3 gal. 15 gal.

Amherstia nobilis 100.00
Rare, one of most beautiful flowering tree in the world.

Ananas nanus 8.00
Ornamental minature pineapple

Ananas bracteatus 20.00
Ornamental red pineapple

Golden Glory Arachis pintoi 1.50 (4" pot)
Great groundcover. No mowing-grows sideways, chokes out weeds, does not climb.
Drought resistant. Takes traffic. Very ornamental with pretty pea like yellow flowers.

Clay's Golden Yellow Royal 35.00 60.00 150.00
Poinciana

Cuspidaria pterocarpa 15.00 20.00
Brazilian vine with beautiful clusters of pink flowers.

Desert Rose Adenium obesum 10.00
(Red, Pink)

Desert Rose-(White-very rare) 75.00

Lonchocarpus violaceaus 7.50
Puts on a breathtaking display of clusters of violet flowers.

Paklan Michelia champaca var.alba 16.00 30.00

Pau-Mulato Calycophyllum spruceanum 5.50 (4" pot)
Attractive landscaping tree known for its metallic looking bark.

Red Passion Flower 5.50 (4" pot)
Large bright red flowers

Sealing Wax Palm Cyrtostachys lakka 10.00 25.00 50.00

Swi May-Fragrant minature rose like 5.00 30.00
flowers hanging solitarily from branches.
Great bonsai plant. Wrightia sp.

Tembusu Fagraea fragrans 20.00 35.00
Pua Keni Keni relative with highly fragrant, long lasting,
3/4" diameter white tubular flowers with long stamens.

Barerooting charge 1.50 a plant

All off island (Oahu) orders, add $30.00 handling charge per order for inspection,
packing, and transportation to the airport.

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