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Sugar apples/ custard apple 20 seeds /free shipping/

Sugar apple fruit is very sweet, this sugar apple are delicious! They are origins from Florida, the seeds are collected in August 2021 from our farm. Collect seeds from fully ripe fruit from a tree that has excellent production, great taste, and good health. leaf decoction is used throughout tropical America to treat a multitude of symptoms, as too is the fruit. The seeds quickly lose their viability (approximately 9 months) therefore, they should be planted as soon as possible. Seed should be planted horizontally, 2 - 3 cm deep at a distance of 1.5 cm in a good quality seed mix. Generally, the germination occurs within 30 days. Although, its germination rate is low and time is slow due to the tough seed coating.

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49 Fruit to Bumper Harvest in Autumn for Thanksgiving

Fall, it’s a time of harvest, thanks and sharing the abundance nature has provided. We feel fortunate to live so close to nature.

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Yovana Mendoza Ayres on Instagram: “🎨Fall fruit art lunch😍God gave each and everyone of us a special and unique talent to use for His greater purpose🙏! Don't worry about…”

5,444 Likes, 82 Comments - Yovana Mendoza Ayres (@yovana) on Instagram: “🎨Fall fruit art lunch😍God gave each and everyone of us a special and unique talent to use for His…”

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Mini Fruit Tarts

Delicious mini fruit tarts made with a buttery shortbread crust, creamy vanilla custard and topped with fresh fruit.

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nemfrog

The white blackberry, a variety developed by Luther Burbank. How plants are trained to work for man. Luther Burbank. 1921.

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2011 : Catastrophes naturelles - Inondations - Tremblement de terre - ALLIANCES - DELIVRANCES

Les catastrophes actuelles sont les signes que nous vivons les temps qui précèdent la fin de la dispensation de la Grâce de Dieu et de la venue du Fils de Dieu. Matthieu 23.3-42 3 Puis s'étant assis sur la montagne des oliviers, ses Disciples vinrent...

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Bizarre Bahamas Botanicals

Giant flax-like plant at Buena Vista, Jumentos, Bahamas; estimated height ~20 feet, width at base ~9 inches. Surreal seed pods, astronomically large asparagus-like stalks, strangling aphrodisiacs, quirky contrasting textures, determined invaders rooting in the oddest places…. Flora fascinates me. Can I tickle your fancy with a few of these, seen in the Bahamas? Cresting a ridge at Buena Vista, we came across a stalk reaching easily 20 feet up, with a base of at least nine inches. The stalk looked a lot like a gargantuan asparagus -- I felt Lilliputian. Its ample base of long strappy, spike-tipped leaved, radiating out from the stalk, reminded me of the New Zealand flax in my parents Sacramento California backyard. They also remind me a bit of century plants, or the silver sword plants seen atop Maui’s Haleakala volcano rim. Cacti are not that unusual. In the Bahamas, poking out of soft sand, in the same vicinity as coconut palms rather than in a desert, cacti feel out of context. To me, it’s akin to a bride wearing a black leather, spike-studded choker to accessorize her filmy white wedding dress. Cacti at Flamingo Cay, Jumentos, Bahamas. Large leaves of silvery, velveteen do not seem to belong on the same shrub with bouquets of stiff star-shaped little white with red-violet-tipped flowers that look like they were cut from Styrofoam egg cartons then got a sassy French manicure in reverse. Silver velvet foliage offset with waxy white and red violet starry flower clusters on Rum Cay. Anything that can sink its woody roots firmly in saline impresses me; especially when it must also survive not only regular tidal flows, but hurricane force wind and waves. Mangroves not only flourish in that harsh environment, they provide a rich protective forest-like structure for an amazing array of wildlife… from slow moving snails and their larger hard shelled cousins, the conchs, to zipping turtles (yes – amazingly – turtles can be fast!) to breeding grounds for sharks and rays. Solo red mangrove shrub taking root in the middle of Hog Cay’s tidal flats. It was oddly amusingly ironic to find Cat Island’s two most famous historic stone churches invaded by “delicate” impatiens flowers and vibrantly hued wandering jew plants. Both were taking root in fine line foundation cracks in both New Bight’s fabulous hilltop Hermitage monastery, and the Anglican church in Old Bight. Tough characters, and, apparently, irreverent. More assertive is the love vine, sprawling its mostly leafless, landscape choking tendrils more profusely than a hairy scalp overdosed on minoxidil. It earned its name by offering its services as an aphrodisiac, according to a Bahamian historian who discussed local folk medicine. Impatiens flower and wandering jew plant working its way through The Bight’s churches on Cat Island. From aphrodisiac plants, we move on to the next cycle of (plant) life… seed pods. On Stocking Island, the splitting seed pods reminded me of little birds, mouths agape, waiting for momma bird to stuff them with regurgitated nutrition, whilst they build their strength to eventually take wing. The spiky seed pods on Rum Cay contained innards like little eggs, snugly seated in a nest. Love vine choking out vegetation on Great Guana across from Farmer’s Cay. Feel free as well to fill us in on your favorites -- all the more if so there’s a photo or story to illustrate what it is about them that intrigues you! Fuzzy splitting seed pods on Lee Stocking Island. Oh, and if you liked this post, watch for a future post on the most amazing travelers of the plant kingdom,,, sea beans. Spiky seed pods, Rum Cay. Wanted! Helpful Bahamian Botany Experts! If you can put me in touch with any Bahamian botany experts or are one yourself, any help finding out the common and scientific names and origins of these peculiar plants would be much appreciated! Otherwise, check back in a few months, as I will research this when my internet access is more ample in the United States. Location Location April 21, 2014 BAHAMAS. We’re in Eleuthera, Rock Sound (N24.44.044 W76.14.451). The deep harbor here offers 360 degree storm protection, and excellent provisioning. We expect to hunker in the anchorage here for several days, with some land travel. Then we'll sail off to some other Eleuthran harbors for a week or two, then head up to the Abacos. Then it's back to Florida for hurricane season and working... somewhere until November, when we set sail for the South Pacific. At least, that's the current plan....

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Premium Vector | Hand drawn fruits sticker set

Download this Premium Vector about Hand drawn fruits sticker set, and discover more than 19 Million Professional Graphic Resources on Freepik. #freepik #Vector #Food #Kids #Nature

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Whatever captures my curiosity or resonates with my heart. Inspiring, motivating, mesmerizing glimpses of life. Creating a mosaic of beauty, one image at a time !

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