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Pitomba: Talisia esculenta - também conhecida como olho de boi, pitomba da mata e pitomba de macaco, é o fruto da pitombeira, árvore que pode alcançar mais de 10 metros de altura. Seu nome é originário do tupi e significa sopapo, bofetada ou chute forte.

Pitomba: Talisia esculenta - também conhecida como olho de boi, pitomba da mata e pitomba de macaco, é o fruto da pitombeira, árvore que pode alcançar mais de 10 metros de altura. Seu nome é originário do tupi e significa sopapo, bofetada ou chute forte.

have a few dragon fruits cut open next to the whole ones so that people can see what they look like on the inside

have a few dragon fruits cut open next to the whole ones so that people can see what they look like on the inside

Tropical Fruits of the Philippines that are not so known in Belgium | The Overseas Filipino Wife

Tropical Fruits of the Philippines that are not so known in Belgium | The Overseas Filipino Wife

GRAVIOLA…Whether you know it as Graviola, Guanabana or Soursop, natives of the Caribbean, Southeast Asia, and South America know the leaves and fruit from this tropical tree support healthy liver function, promote immune health and serve as a nutritious drink.

GRAVIOLA…Whether you know it as Graviola, Guanabana or Soursop, natives of the Caribbean, Southeast Asia, and South America know the leaves and fruit from this tropical tree support healthy liver function, promote immune health and serve as a nutritious drink.

Persimmons (Diospyros virginiana, D. texana): Native trees with alligator-hide checkered bark, large, simple leaves, and astringent orange to orange-red fleshy fruit that softens and sweetens when ripe. Beloved by bluebirds, catbirds, mockingbirds, robins, sapsuckers, starlings, and waxwings.

Persimmons (Diospyros virginiana, D. texana): Native trees with alligator-hide checkered bark, large, simple leaves, and astringent orange to orange-red fleshy fruit that softens and sweetens when ripe. Beloved by bluebirds, catbirds, mockingbirds, robins, sapsuckers, starlings, and waxwings.

I think these are the variety we have in our garden. Vietnamese Green mangoes

I think these are the variety we have in our garden. Vietnamese Green mangoes

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