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Fruit Trees

Fruit trees are those with edible fruits of a sufficient quality for human consumption. Many fruit trees produce excellent quality fruit even when grown from seeds, while in other species only selected cultivars are suitable and reproduced by grafting, offsets or tissue culture. Any dietary information given here should be regarded as anecdotal. We are listing all of these plants for reference only and do not recommend the consumption of any of them unless you have been able to ascertain their safety through independent research. Under European Union laws, many of these plants would be considered "Novel Food" plants, meaning they cannot be commercially produced for human consumption before going through a lengthy permission process.

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Acacia senegal var. rostrata – Gum Arabic Tree
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From EUR 4.90 In Stock
Acca sellowiana – Pineapple Guava
Originally native to southeastern Brazil and northernmost Argentina, this shrub or small tree is now widely cultivated around the world for its edible fruits, as well as for its ornamental qualities. Acca sellowiana grows to about 5 m tall and forms a dense, rounded crown of small leaves that are gr..
From EUR 4.90 In Stock
Adansonia digitata – Baobab
The African Baobab is one of the world's most unique and iconic trees, producing an enormous, thick, swollen trunk that can reach up to 28 m (92 ft.) in circumference and a broad, spreading crown that stands bare during the dry season. Its large, fragrant white flowers, after pollination by bats, ar..
From EUR 5.10 In Stock
Adansonia gregorii – Australian Baobab, Gadawon
A small to medium-sized, dry deciduous tree to rarely more than 12 m (40 ft.) tall, native to dry regions in northwestern Australia and the only species in the genus to occur outside of Africa. Adansonia gregorii has a thick, usually rather short but extremely wide, bottle-shaped trunk that can reac..
From EUR 7.80 In Stock
A beautiful, medium-sized ginger with leafy shoots with narrowly elliptic leaves and short, basal inflorescences with large, red flowers, followed by bright red, spindle-shaped, edible fruits. Aframomum daniellii is native to the undergrowth of tropical rainforests from southeastern Nigeria to south..
From EUR 5.80 In Stock
Aframomum sulcatum
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From EUR 5.80 In Stock
Akebia quinata – Chocolate Vine
This attractive, evergreen vine produces loads of chocolate-pink flowers while its fruits are an unusual lavender-pink color and contain an edible pulp that is popular in Japan. Akebia quinata is native there and in central and eastern China. The plant makes a fine ornamental and reportedly has many..
From EUR 5.20 In Stock
A medium-sized tree with a compact, dense crown of attractive, trilobed leaves. Originally native from tropical Asia to northeastern Australia it is widely cultivated today throughout the tropics for its many uses. The large seed kernels are so rich in oil they can be used as candles. Also, they are..
From EUR 10.50 Low Stock
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From EUR 4.30 In Stock
Anacardium excelsum – Wild Cashew
A large, evergreen tree and close relative to the popular cashew nut, native to rainforests from Guatemala to Ecuador...
From EUR 9.30 In Stock
Anacardium occidentale – Cashew
This well known tree is originally native to Venezuela and Brazil but widely grown throughout the tropics today and valued for the kernel of its fruit, commonly known as the cashew nut, and the cashew apple, which is attached to the actual kidney shaped fruit. The cashew apple is little known outsid..
From EUR 15.10 In Stock
Annona aurantiaca – Savanna Custard Apple
A very rare small tree usually less than 4 m tall with simple, broadly ovate leaves with whitish velvety undersides and yellowish green flowers followed by greenish to yellow fruits with a bumpy skin. The fruits are edible and deliciously sweet and store well even outside of a fridge. Annona auranti..
From EUR 26.10 In Stock
Annona bahiensis
A very rare, small tree to about 10 m tall with thick, leathery leaves, fragrant flowers and small, yellowish, edible fruits, native to low elevation, seasonally dry forests in northeastern Brazil...
From EUR 28.30 In Stock
A large shrub, originally native to montane forests in the Andes of South America, but now widely cultivated for its delicious fruits, which, under a thin, green skin, have very sweet, soft, white, custard-like flesh that can be scooped out with a spoon. Annona cherimola does best in frost free, war..
From EUR 5.20 In Stock
Annona cherimolioides
Annona cherimolioides
= Raimondia cherimolioides
A rare Annona with edible, sweet fruits, native to cloud forest in the Andes in Ecuador and Colombia between 900 and 2200 m...
From EUR 25.20 In Stock
Annona dioica – Araticum do campo
This widespread but uncommon shrub is native to savannas over much of Brazil, Paraguay and eastern Bolivia at low elevations. It grows into a smallish shrub to 2 m (7 ft) tall with entire, rounded leaves and yellowish flowers followed by spiky, yellowish green, edible fruits that have orange or yell..
From EUR 20.70 In Stock
Annona monticola
A rare, small shrub with large leaves that are densely rusty-pubescent below and heart-shaped, edible fruits that similarly covered, native to savanna from Bolivia to central Brazil at low to medium elevations...
From EUR 19.00 In Stock
A small tree from the Caribbean and Central America that produces large, green fruit with whitish, delicious, creamy flesh that has a sweet aromatic and somewhat acidic taste. It also has a number of uses in traditional medicine and provides a number of substances that are promising candidates in th..
From EUR 5.20 In Stock
Annona neolaurifolia – Araticum Açu
A rare, small tree to about 12 m (40 ft) tall with simple oblong leaves and pale yellow flowers followed by creamy-yellowish fruits with spiky skin. The fruits are edible and have a delicious, sweet flesh. They store well if refrigerated. Annona neolaurifolia is native to rainforests, semi-deciduous..
From EUR 33.80 Low Stock
Annona parviflora – Beach Custard Apple
A rare, large shrub or small tree with simple, velvety textured leaves and small, greenish flowers followed by small, yellowish fruits with a rough surface and whitish translucent, edible and sweet flesh. Annona parviflora is native only to coastal rainforest in Rio de Janeiro State in southeastern ..
From EUR 26.10 In Stock
Annona purpurea – Soncoya
A small tree native to humid forests from southern Mexico to northern South America. The large, spiky and somewhat hard-shelled fruit has orange flesh with a pleasant flavor but stringy texture that is best processed through a food mill and made into shakes, ice cream or the like. Annona purpurea is..
From EUR 7.80 In Stock
Annona reticulata – Wild Sweetsop
A small to medium-size tree, up to 10 m tall, originally native probably to Central America. It grows an erect trunk, an open, spreading crown with green, elongated, deeply veined leaves, fragrant, yellowish-green flowers and an edible, heart-shaped or round, yellow-brown fruit. The cream-white fles..
From EUR 6.40 In Stock
Annona senegalensis – African Custard Apple
A large shrub or small tree rarely more than 6 m tall with fairly large, simple, bluish green leaves and large flowers apple-sized, yellow or orange fruits that are edible and sweet with a flavor reminding of pineapple. Annona senegalensis is mainly found in savannahs and riverine forests in tropica..
From EUR 33.80 In Stock
Annona squamosa – Sugar Apple, Sweetsop
A small, spreading tree with curious looking, green fruits about the size of a large apple. The inside of the fruit holds numerous blackish seeds embedded in creamy, soft, white flesh that is very sweet and wonderfully aromatic and is considered one of the worlds tastiest fruits. It is thought to or..
From EUR 4.90 In Stock
Annona stenophylla – Dwarf Custard Apple
This low growing shrub has adapted to its frequently burnt habitat, grasslands or woodlands in tropical Africa between 500 and 1600 m, by forming a woody underground rhizome that gives rise to many annual or perennial branches to a meter tall. The yellowish flowers are followed by plum-sized fruits ..
From EUR 38.40 In Stock
Annona ubatubensis – Aratimoia
Annona ubatubensis
Aratimoia

= Rollinia ubatubensis
A very rare, small tree with simple, oblong leaves and small, cream colored flowers followed by small, yellowish to orange fruits with a rough surface and whitish translucent, edible and sweet flesh that is similar to that of Cherimoya. Endemic to Brazil, Annona ubatubensis is native only to semidec..
From EUR 26.10 In Stock
Antidesma dallachyanum – Herbert River Cherry
A medium to large, evergreen tree native to northern Australia with simple leaves and clusters of edible fruit that turn black when ripe and are sweet with pleasent acidity. They can be eaten fresh or used for making juices and jams. With ample moisture, good light and a tropical or frost free warm ..
From EUR 4.60 In Stock
A shrub or small to medium-sized tree with attractive, leathery leaves and small, whitish flowers followed by clusters of pea-sized, fruits that turn red to black when ripe. The fruits are edible and sweet and can be eaten raw or processed into jams and jellies. Antidesma ghaesembilla is widespread ..
From EUR 4.80 In Stock
Antidesma montanum var. montanum – Mountain Currant Tree
An attractive, smallish tree to about 10 m tall with edible fruits, widely distributed in tropical Asia to 1900 m...
From EUR 4.30 In Stock
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Jubaea chilensis – Chilean Wine Palm
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Probably the most massive and undoubtedly the most cold tolerant of all pinnate palms, this species, although unfortunately not common in cultivation, hardly needs any introduction. Native to central ...

Adansonia digitata – Baobab
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The African Baobab is one of the world's most unique and iconic trees, producing an enormous, thick, swollen trunk that can reach up to 28 m (92 ft.) in circumference and a broad, spreading crown that...

Adansonia gregorii – Australian Baobab, Gadawon
From EUR 7.80   In Stock

A small to medium-sized, dry deciduous tree to rarely more than 12 m (40 ft.) tall, native to dry regions in northwestern Australia and the only species in the genus to occur outside of Africa. Adanso...

Passiflora mollissima – Taxo, Banana Passionfruit
From EUR 4.50   In Stock

A vigorous, woody vine native to the Andes in South America from Colombia to Bolivia, where it is popular for its tasty, elongated fruit and lovely pink flowers. A plant of higher elevations (2200 to ...

Butia odorata – Southern Jelly Palm, Pindo Palm
From EUR 5.20   In Stock

This popular, hardy, feather-leaved palm has recently been separated from Butia capitata to clear up a very old taxonomic mess. This palm is native to Rio Grande do Sul in southern Brazil and to Urugu...

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