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Amla Fruit (Grafted) Plant

 Amla Difficulty— Easy

Other Names— Aamalaki, Amalaki, Amblabaum, Amla, Amla Berry, Aonla, Aovla, Arbre de Malacca, Arbre Myrobolan, Dhatriphala, Emblic, Emblica, Emblica officinalis, Emblic Myrobalan, Groseille à Maquereau Indienne, Groseille Indienne, Groseillier de Ceylan, Grosella de la India, Indian-Gooseberry, Mirobalano, Myrobalan Emblic, Mirobalanus embilica, Neli, Phyllanthus emblica,

Aam Mango Daseri (Grafted)...

Mango

There are several things to consider when growing mango trees. Dr. Richard J. Campbell, Senior Curator of Tropical Fruit at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden and world expert on mangos suggests, “keep it simple.” This philosophy has proven very successful at Fairchild, which has the world’s largest mango collection. “Mango trees grow well in South Florida, so all you have to do is figure out what mango fruit you want to enjoy, have ground space of about 6 feet, good water and mulch.” These tips round up Campbell’s keep it simple approach.

Aam Mango Langda (Grafted)...

Mango

There are several things to consider when growing mango trees. Dr. Richard J. Campbell, Senior Curator of Tropical Fruit at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden and world expert on mangos suggests, “keep it simple.” This philosophy has proven very successful at Fairchild, which has the world’s largest mango collection. “Mango trees grow well in South Florida, so all you have to do is figure out what mango fruit you want to enjoy, have ground space of about 6 feet, good water and mulch.” These tips round up Campbell’s keep it simple approach.

Mango Kesari (Grafted) Plant

Mango

There are several things to consider when growing mango trees. Dr. Richard J. Campbell, Senior Curator of Tropical Fruit at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden and world expert on mangos suggests, “keep it simple.” This philosophy has proven very successful at Fairchild, which has the world’s largest mango collection. “Mango trees grow well in South Florida, so all you have to do is figure out what mango fruit you want to enjoy, have ground space of about 6 feet, good water and mulch.” These tips round up Campbell’s keep it simple approach.

Mango Ratna (Grafted) Plant

Mango

There are several things to consider when growing mango trees. Dr. Richard J. Campbell, Senior Curator of Tropical Fruit at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden and world expert on mangos suggests, “keep it simple.” This philosophy has proven very successful at Fairchild, which has the world’s largest mango collection. “Mango trees grow well in South Florida, so all you have to do is figure out what mango fruit you want to enjoy, have ground space of about 6 feet, good water and mulch.” These tips round up Campbell’s keep it simple approach.

Mango Alphanso (Grafted) Plant

Mango

There are several things to consider when growing mango trees. Dr. Richard J. Campbell, Senior Curator of Tropical Fruit at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden and world expert on mangos suggests, “keep it simple.” This philosophy has proven very successful at Fairchild, which has the world’s largest mango collection. “Mango trees grow well in South Florida, so all you have to do is figure out what mango fruit you want to enjoy, have ground space of about 6 feet, good water and mulch.” These tips round up Campbell’s keep it simple approach.

Papaya (Grafted) Plant

Papayas (Carica papaya) grow in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 10 through 11. However, they can also be planted in USDA zones 8 through 10 in large pots that can be brought indoors so that cold weather doesn't kill them. Although papayas look like trees, they are actually perennial herbs with hollow trunks. These branchless plants grow to 20 to 30 feet tall with 1-foot-long to 3 1/2-foot-long leaves growing directly from the trunk. Papayas are relatively fragile plants, with several common diseases, fungi and insects that can injure or kill them. Papayas require careful inspection and care of these conditions.

Chikoo (Grafted) Plant

Chikoo This tropical evergreen tree, native to Belize, the Yucatan and Guatemala, is grown in many tropical countries for export. Prized for its sticky latex sap -- chicle -- that was once the main ingredient in chewing gum, the fruit it produces can reach 2 pounds and be eaten raw, scooped out of the hard, brown shell with a spoon when ripe. In its native setting, sapodilla can reach 100 feet; in California and Florida, it is much smaller -- 12 feet -- and will do well in these home gardens with some basic planting care.

Guvava L-49 (Grafted) Plant

Guava fruit trees (Psidium guajava) are not a common sight in North America and need a decidedly tropical habitat. In the United States, they are found in Hawaii, the Virgin Islands, Florida and a few sheltered areas in California and Texas. The trees are very frost tender and will succumb to a freeze when young, although adult trees may survive short periods of cold. That said, the plants are attractive and produce 

Guvava Safeda (Grafted) Plant

Guava fruit trees (Psidium guajava) are not a common sight in North America and need a decidedly tropical habitat. In the United States, they are found in Hawaii, the Virgin Islands, Florida and a few sheltered areas in California and Texas. The trees are very frost tender and will succumb to a freeze when young, although adult trees may survive short periods of cold. That said, the plants are attractive and produce 

Guvava KG (Grafted) Plant

Guava fruit trees (Psidium guajava) are not a common sight in North America and need a decidedly tropical habitat. In the United States, they are found in Hawaii, the Virgin Islands, Florida and a few sheltered areas in California and Texas. The trees are very frost tender and will succumb to a freeze when young, although adult trees may survive short periods of cold. That said, the plants are attractive and produce 

Bael (Grafted) Plant

Bael is one of the most important indigenous fruit trees of India. It had been known to Indians since prehistoric time and is sacred in Hinduism. This deciduous tree with trifoliate aromatic leaves (bilwa patra) is traditionally used in religious rituals and is a sacred offering to Lord Shiva, who is said to favour the leaves. Its fruits are also used in religious rituals in place of green coconuts. It is commonly planted in temple gardens and is a common sight across Salt Lake.

Banana (Grafted) Plant

Banana plants that grow well and over winter up to USDA plant hardiness zone 4. You may need some space for growing a cold hardy banana tree though, as most specimens attain heights of 12 to 18 feet. Hardy Banana Tree Growing Hardy banana trees like to be grown in full to partial sun and well drained, moist soil. The hardy banana tree is actually an herbaceous perennial (the world’s largest) despite being referred to as a tree. What looks like a trunk is actually tightly bound banana tree leaves. This “trunk” is botanically referred to as pseudostem

Almonds (Grafted ) Plants

Almonds Cultivated as early as 4,000 B.C., almonds are native to central and southwest Asia and were introduced to California in the 1840’s. Almonds (Prunus dolcis) are prized for use in candies, baked goods and confections, and for the oil processed from the nut. These stone fruits from growing almond trees are also reputed to aid in a number of physical ills and are used in folk remedies for everything from cancer treatment to corns to ulcers. As popular as they are,

Coconut Plants

Coconut Although the coconut palm (Cocos nucifera) can grow up to 60 feet tall, depending on the type, it can be kept in a container for the first few years of its life. On average, the baby coconut palm will grow quickly, and its multiple leaves will develop into a trunk in five years, at which time it will begin to develop flowers and then fruit. When fully grown, the palm is perfect for coastal areas, where it is extremely resistant to wind and sea salt. Baby coconut palms thrive in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 10 to 11.

Coconut Hybrid Plants

Coconut Although the coconut palm (Cocos nucifera) can grow up to 60 feet tall, depending on the type, it can be kept in a container for the first few years of its life. On average, the baby coconut palm will grow quickly, and its multiple leaves will develop into a trunk in five years, at which time it will begin to develop flowers and then fruit. When fully grown, the palm is perfect for coastal areas, where it is extremely resistant to wind and sea salt. Baby coconut palms thrive in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 10 to 11.

Sweet Lemon Hybrid Plants

Sweet lemon trees grow up to 7 feet in height, sporting lots of thorns and pale green foliage. While the tree produces fruit year-round, most trees feature fragrant white blossoms in late summer or fall followed by fruits that appear in August through May. Mature fruits turn a orangish-yellow color when ripe, featuring pale yellow flesh with minimal seeds.

Kathal, Jack Fruit Hybrid...

 Jackfruit (Artocarpus heterophyllus) is a common village tree cultivated throughout Malaysia. Fruits are available almost throughout the year though the peaks are around June and December. They are a valuable source of carbohydrates with a lesser amount of calcium and phosphate. The pulp of the ripe fruit is eaten fresh or in syrup (preserved). Preserved or canned jackfruit has become increasingly popular, but the production is limited.

Nimboo, Market Lemon Hybrid...

 Lemon trees grow up to 7 feet in height, sporting lots of thorns and pale green foliage. While the tree produces fruit year-round, most trees feature fragrant white blossoms in late summer or fall followed by fruits that appear in August through May. Mature fruits turn a orangish-yellow color when ripe, featuring pale yellow flesh with minimal seeds.

Lychee Hybrid Plants

Lychee trees (Litchi chinensis) bring special interest to your home landscape, both with their ornamental beauty and their production of edible fruit. With a typical height and spread of around 30 feet, spring fruiting and yellow flowers and bronze-hued leaves, this tree is a showstopper. However, ensuring that your lychee tree performs up to its potential means providing it the special care it needs for healthy development

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jamun Hybrid Plants

Jamun  fruit (Syzygium samarangense or Eugenia javanica) goes by many common names, including wax apple, java apple, samarang rose apple and jumrool. Although rare in cultivation outside the tropics, they are sometimes grown as ornamental or fruiting trees in warmer climates where frosts are rare. Jambu fruit trees tolerate conditions under which few other fruit trees will survive. However, their fruit and handsome appearance will suffer if grown in poor, sandy soils.

Narangi, Orange Hybrid Plants

Orange

 Although Citrus is a subtropical genus, northern gardeners can grow lemons, oranges, and other citrus trees in containers to enjoy fresh fruit. Standard-size orange andgrapefruit trees can grow 18 to 22 feet tall, whereas dwarf varieties only grow 8 to 12 feet tall. Most citrus varieties are self-fertile, so only one tree is necessary. On average, fruit bearing begins when the trees are between 3 and 6 years old;

Santra Hybrid Plants

Santra

 Although Citrus is a subtropical genus, northern gardeners can grow lemons, oranges, and other citrus trees in containers to enjoy fresh fruit. Standard-size orange andgrapefruit trees can grow 18 to 22 feet tall, whereas dwarf varieties only grow 8 to 12 feet tall. Most citrus varieties are self-fertile, so only one tree is necessary. On average, fruit bearing begins when the trees are between 3 and 6 years old;

Annar,Pomegrante Hybrid Plants

Pomegranate A deciduous shrub that reaches heights and spreads of between 12 and 20 feet, the pomegranate (Punica granatum) features multiple, thick stems covered with reddish-brown bark that turn gray as the tree matures. Ideal for U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 7 through 10, some species of pomegranate can live for more than 200 years, according to the California Rare Fruit Growers. Provide your pomegranate plant with enough water, sunlight and fertilizer to ensure it thrives

Annar Pomegrante (bhagwa)...

Pomegranate A deciduous shrub that reaches heights and spreads of between 12 and 20 feet, the pomegranate (Punica granatum) features multiple, thick stems covered with reddish-brown bark that turn gray as the tree matures. Ideal for U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 7 through 10, some species of pomegranate can live for more than 200 years, according to the California Rare Fruit Growers. Provide your pomegranate plant with enough water, sunlight and fertilizer to ensure it thrives

Sitaphal Hybrid Plants

Sita phal

Custard apple is the fruit of a small, deciduous or semi-evergreen tropical tree, which is commonly found in South East Asia, Africa and India. The fruits are usually heart-shaped or oblong and maybe that is why they are also called Bull's Heart. 

The fruits are picked before they are ripe. When ripe, the fruit is yellow or brown. The flesh is usually white and creamy with a sugary taste, but there are also varieties with bright red, purplish red or pinkish flesh. The flavour is sweet and pleasant, and has a grainy mouth-feel. The oval-shaped, black and shiny seeds of the fruit are inedible. 

Ramphal Hybrid Plants

Annona Difficulty— Moderate

Other Names— anón, anón de azucar, anona blanca, fruta do conde, cachiman, saramuyo, grenadilla, qishta, ishta, shta, seureuba, fruta-do-conde, fruta-pinha, fruta-de-conde, condessa, pinha, ata, anona, aajaa thee, plae teib, Zimtapfel, Gishta, γλυκόμηλο, kachiman, foreign lychee (番鬼荔枝), hvaðerþetta, (शरीफ़ा/सीताफल), sitaphala, seethappazham, sitaphal, sitappalam, sita phalamu, S

Laxmanphal Hybrid Plants

Laxman Phal

Soursop also known as graviola and (Hanuman Phal / Laxman Phal) in Hindi is a fruit that has its origin in the forests of South America, Africa and Southeast Asia. This is an evergreen broad leaved tree whose every part is useful and has medicinal properties. This fruit is extremely delicious with a sharp aroma and a sweet-sour taste which is basically a combination of the taste of pineapple and strawberry. Recently, it has gained attention and popularity due to its natural cancer cell killing properties. Apart from its anti- cancer properties, it has several other medical benefits.

Star Fruit Hybrid Plants

Star Fruit

Star fruit is an exotic variety of fruit that is packed with nutrients and minerals, which has recently gained global popularity. Starfruit is the fruit of a tree with the scientific name [1] Averrhoa carambola. The fruit is approximately 3-6 inches in length and the flesh of the fruit is greenish yellow to yellow and is crisp and tart in taste. It may also have two to five tiny, edible seeds. The name comes from the distinct shape of this fruit 

Anjeer Hybrid Plants

Anjeer Figs are a delicious fruit like treat and popularly known as "Anjeer" in India. Fig fruit is one of the ancient fruits in the world. The fig fruit is unique, unlike most "fruits" in which the structure is matured ovary tissue, and the fig's edible structure s actually a stem tissue. They grow best in areas where long and hot summers are possible. 

Strawberry Plant hybrid...

Sweet, juicy strawberries are treats when right off the plant. Supermarket berries tend to be tart with grainy texture; this is because the natural sugar in the berries begins converting to starch as soon as it is plucked from the plant. It’s definitely worth your while to try growing strawberries, and the good news is that they are relatively easy to grow if you have full sun.

Strawberry Plant hybrid...

Sweet, juicy strawberries are treats when right off the plant. Supermarket berries tend to be tart with grainy texture; this is because the natural sugar in the berries begins converting to starch as soon as it is plucked from the plant. It’s definitely worth your while to try growing strawberries, and the good news is that they are relatively easy to grow if you have full sun.