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Pittosporum crassifolium | Karo | Stiffleaf Cheesewood


Pittosporum crassifolium Karo Stiffleaf Cheesewood 1

Pittosporum crassifolium Karo Stiffleaf Cheesewood 2

Pittosporum crassifolium Karo Stiffleaf Cheesewood 3

Pittosporum crassifolium Karo Stiffleaf Cheesewood 4

Pittosporum crassifolium Karo Stiffleaf Cheesewood 5
Pittosporum crassifolium | Karo | Stiffleaf Cheesewood

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This is Pittosporum crassifolium, also known as stiffleaf cheesewood, and Karo. This New Zealand native can tolerate high winds and salt spray. This plant can be trained to grow as a shrub, or a tree that grows to a maximum height of 25 feet. The round hairy leaves are green with a grey smokey tint to them and the beautiful red flowers are attractive and fragrant. A blue dye can be made from the seeds. This drought tolerant plant likes to live in full sun or partial shade. USDA Hardiness Zones 8 to 11








Pittosporum eugenioides | Lemonwood Tree | Tarata


Pittosporum eugenioides Lemonwood tree Tarata. This tree is highly sought after for its fragrance. The Maori of New Zealand have been using this tree to make scented oils and other products. The leaves and flowers can be crushed up to produce the most wonderful smell. Many people use this tree as a screen because it grows very fast, is an evergreen, and can easily be trained as a shrub or a tree. USDA Hardiness Zones 9 to 11

Pittosporum eugenioides Lemonwood Tree Tarata

Pittosporum eugenioides Lemonwood Tree Tarata

Pittosporum eugenioides Lemonwood Tree Tarata
Pittosporum eugenioides | Lemonwood Tree | Tarata

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This is Pittosporum eugenioides, also known as Lemonwood tree, and Tarata. This tree is highly sought after for its fragrance. The Maori of New Zealand have been using this tree to make scented oils and other products. The leaves and flowers can be crushed up to produce the most wonderful smell. Many people use this tree as a screen because it grows very fast, is an evergreen, and can easily be trained as a shrub or a tree. USDA Hardiness Zones 9 to 11




Plukenetia huayllabambana | Inca Peanut | sacha inchi


Here I am offering Seeds from Plukenetia huayllabambana, also known as Inca Peanut. This plant is one of the sacha inchi species that grows in the Peruvian Amazon, but they grow up above 1500 meters so they have the potential to be somewhat hardy. The seed from this plant is known as a superfood. The seeds are delicious and slightly oily as they are loaded with healthy unsaturated fats. Omega 3, Omega 6, and Omega 9 oils are all contained in this one nut. They are also higher in protein than our normal peanuts. The common Sacha Inchi is called Plukenetia volubilis. Plukenetia huayllabambana has the edge when it comes to matching up the numbers for health benefits. USDA Hardiness Zones 9 to 11

Plukenetia huayllabambana Inca Peanut sacha inchi

Plukenetia huayllabambana Inca Peanut sacha inchi

Plukenetia huayllabambana Inca Peanut sacha inchi

Plukenetia huayllabambana Inca Peanut sacha inchi

Plukenetia huayllabambana Inca Peanut sacha inchi
Plukenetia huayllabambana | Inca Peanut | sacha inchi

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This is Plukenetia huayllabambana, also known as Inca Peanut. This plant is one of the sacha inchi species that grows in the Peruvian Amazon, but they grow up above 1500 meters so they have the potential to be somewhat hardy. The seed from this plant is known as a superfood. The seeds are delicious and slightly oily as they are loaded with healthy unsaturated fats. Omega 3, Omega 6, and Omega 9 oils are all contained in this one nut. They are also higher in protein than our normal peanuts. The common Sacha Inchi is called Plukenetia volubilis. Plukenetia huayllabambana has the edge when it comes to matching up the numbers for health benefits. USDA Hardiness Zones 9 to 11.