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Alpinia Hainanensis
2020-09-16 09:26
Alpinia hainanensis is a large, fast-growing species of ginger. At first glance, one might assume it is a shell ginger, but there are several key distinctions. This species grows about… Read More
Rose Apple (Syzygium Jambos)
2017-05-15 10:11
Syzygium jambos is a small tree or large shrub bearing delicious yellow fruits with the flavor of rosewater.The yellow blooms are borne in clusters at the ends of the previous season's growt… Read More
Zamia Maritima (cardboard Plant)
2017-02-10 11:00
Zamia maritima is a cycad, a taxonomic branch that has existed virtually unchanged since the time of the dinosaurs. Its thick, firm leaflets are the reason it is often known as cardboard pla… Read More
Dioscorea Bulbifera, Edible Air Potato
2016-12-23 11:00
The information contained in this post is entirely about the edible cultivated varieties of Dioscorea bulbifera. The wild air potatoes you find growing in the woods are NOT edible.This is on… Read More
2016-01-28 11:22
Eleocharis dulcis is commonly known as water chestnut or Chinese water chestnut. The edible part of the plant is the underground corm, which is typically harvested when the plant dies down i… Read More
2015-12-18 10:48
Giant Vine Fern (Stenochlaena tenuifolia) is an impressive species with large fronds up to 4 feet in length. It makes an excellent tall groundcover for large areas under trees, or a lush bac… Read More
2015-10-29 10:00
Everything about the sword bean (Canavalia gladiata) is impressive. From the time the first true leaves emerge from the seed, until the pods split open to reveal their giant pink seeds, ther… Read More
2015-06-03 10:00
Taro (Colocasia esculenta) is a tropical starchy root crop. The large, "elephant-ear" type leaves can grow 2-3 feet long and 1-2 feet wide. Each leaf emerges from an underground corm and the… Read More

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