Guava trees are easy to grow and can produce plenty of fruit every season. They are commonly found in tropical and subtropical areas. The fruit is light green or yellow on the outside and has a unique pink flesh with edible seeds.
We sell the cultivar TSG2
This cultivar has been identified as the most tolerant to GWD infection/disease.
It is more resistant than other varieties and the fruit is larger with the fruit flesh darker and pinker
Guavas are incredibly nutritious as they contain high levels of antioxidants, vitamin A, vitamin C, fibre, lycopene, manganese, folate, and potassium. The fruits improve heart health and digestion. The leaves can be steeped into a tea that is very effective in easing menstrual cramps, and reduce blood sugar levels in people with type-2 diabetes.
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The strikingly beautiful dragon fruit is a cactus that thrives in hot, humid, subtropical conditions. They won’t grow in very cold conditions. It has some of the biggest flowers in the world. And, what really sets them apart is that they only bloom for one night and their scent is absolutely incredible.
Dragon fruit can be added to fruit or vegetable salads, turned into sorbet, enjoyed fresh as a snack, or added to yoghurts and smoothies. They offer optimal amounts of magnesium, fibre, iron, protein and vitamins C and E. They help to fight against heart disease, improve immunity, fight chronic disease, aid digestion, and contribute to healthy blood.
Our Exotic Cultivars of Dragon Fruit available
- Sugar dragon – this fruit is the size of a small duck egg and has a vibrant purple flesh. It is particularly flavoursome.
- Purple haze – this is a sweet purple fruit that tastes similar to a kiwi. This larger variety’s fruit can weigh almost a kilogram.
- Dark star – these medium to large fruits have a red flesh and taste a little like grapes.
- Delight – the unique pink of this flesh is sweet and smooth and the fruit is medium to large in size.
- Physician graffiti – this variety has a pink-red skin and light-purple flesh. It is known for its exceptional flavour, making it a popular choice.
Limes are delicious citrus fruits that are known for their tasty zing, which adds so much flavour to food and drinks. They are smaller and greener than lemons and have a milder, more complex taste. Limes can be grown all year round. There are various types of limes. In South Africa, the most common varieties are Bears and Tahiti limes.
Limes have a particularly high vitamin C content; but are also high in other antioxidants, folate, magnesium, phosphorus and niacin. They provide a little iron, calcium, vitamin B6, potassium and thiamine too. They boost immunity, reduce the risk of heart disease, promote healthy skin, and much more.
Apricots are high in fibre, potassium, beta carotene, lutein, and vitamins A, C and E. Their antioxidant properties mean that apricots help to stave off serious diseases. They also aid in digestion, boost the immune system, keep you looking younger for longer, and contribute to better eyesight.
Apricot jam is a firm favourite, but apricots are also delicious in Moroccan-style stews, and desserts that demand a lot of flavour. As an added bonus, they are really easy to grow.
Bulida apricot tree is a firm, sweet and juicy apricot that is particularly good for canning.
The apricot flavour is not especially strong in this variety.
The tree is a viorous grower and prefers cool winters, it does not require many chilling hours.
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