Sunday, February 26, 2012

postheadericon American Persimmon ( Diospyros virginiana )


Fruit Warehouse | American Persimmon ( Diospyros virginiana ) | Typically Fruiting begins when the tree is about six years old. In the American South and Midwest, the fruits are Referred to as simply persimmons or 'Simmons', and are popular in desserts and cuisine. Commercial varieties include the very productive Early Golden, the productive John Rick, Woolbright, and Miller and the Ennis-seedless variety. Another nickname of the American persimmon, the 'date-plum', actually refers to a variety of persimmon found in South Asia, Diospyros lotus. Diospyros virginiana, commonly called the American persimmon, common persimmon, Eastern persimmon, " simmon "and" possumwood ", is a persimmon species known by a variety of names Including. The tree Grows wild but has been cultivated for its fruit and wood since prehistoric times by Native Americans

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postheadericon Açaí palm ( Euterpe oleracea )

 

Fruit Warehouse | Açaí palm ( Euterpe oleracea ) | Acai palms are tall, slender palms growing to 15-30 meters, with pinnate leaves up to 3 meters long. The açaí palm (Euterpe oleracea) is a species of palm tree in the genus Euterpe Their cultivated for fruit and superior hearts of palm.
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postheadericon Madrono ( Arbutus )

Fruit Warehouse | Madrono ( Arbutus ) | Arbutus are small trees or shrubs with flaking red bark and edible red berries. Fruit development is delayed for about five months after pollination, flowers That Appear so while the previous year's fruit are ripening.
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postheadericon Mamoncillo ( Melicoccus bijugatus )


Fruit Warehouse | Mamoncillo ( Melicoccus bijugatus ) | The genus was first described by Melicoccus Patrick Browne, an Irish doctor and botanist, in 1756. In 1760, Nikolaus Joseph von Jacquin described the first species in Browne's genus, the which he named M. bijugatus. In 1762 Linnaeus used a spelling variation of the name Melicocca bijuga. In 1888 German taxonomist Ludwig Radlkofer Melicoccus placed in the tribe Melicocceae together with eight other genera. The specific epithet refers to the bijugate bijugatus leaves, leaves the which consist of two pairs of leaflets.
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postheadericon Mammee apple ( Mammea americana )


Fruit Warehouse | Mammee apple ( Mammea americana ) | Mammea americana is Often confused with the Mamey sapote tree (Pouteria sapota), Whose fruit is also called Mammee or Mamey. Mammea americana, commonly known as Mammee, Mammee apple, Mamey, Mamey apple, Santo Domingo apricot or South American apricot, is an evergreen tree of the family Calophyllaceae, Whose fruit is edible.


The tree is 18-21 m Mammee high and is similar in appearance to the southern magnolia (Magnolia grandiflora). The tree's upright branches form an oval head. Its dark-green foliage is quite dense, with opposite, leathery, elliptic leaves.  The flower is fragrant Mammee, has 4 or 6 white petals, and 2.5-4 cm wide Reaches when fully blossomed.
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