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  1. Black Plum; Wax Jambu Syzygium cumini

  2. Cushaw Pumpkin Cucurbita argyrosperma

    Cushaw Pumpkin

    Cushaw pumpkins are a herbaceous, vining, winter squash grown for the edible flesh and seeds. Flowers and tender shoots are also edible. The seeds are high in oil and protein and can be eaten roasted or ground up for an ingredient in sauces. The flesh is eaten as a vegetable and can be used in...
  3. Malay Apple Syzygium malaccense

  4. Tahitian Butternut Cucurbita moschata

    Butternut, Tahitian Butternut

    This winter squash has been cultivated in tropical and subtropical areas of the Americas since Pre-Colombian times. Evidence of its use has been found in archeological diggings. It is a very old variety not often available through seed companies.
  5. Canistel Pouteria campechiana

    Canistel, Egg Fruit, Yellow Sapote

    Canistel is an evergreen tree typically growing to 8 m but can grow to 30 m. The fruit is yellow and up to 28 cm long and 7 cm wide. The tree and fruit contain a sticky latex and the fruit must be allowed to ripen fully before eating.
  6. Mamey sapote; Mammee Sapote Pouteria sapota

  7. Buffalo Gourd Cucurbita foetidissima

    Buffalo Gourd

    The buffalo gourd is native to Southwestern North America
  8. Lúcuma Pouteria lucuma

    Lúcuma

  9. Rose Apple Syzygium jambos

    Rose Apple

  10. Seminole Pumpkin Cucurbita moschata

    Seminole Pumpkin

    Seminole pumpkins are a landrace of Cucurbita moschata that developed in Florida. Naturalists record the conspicuous presence of Seminole Pumpkin fruits hanging from tree limbs during their travels to Florida already in the 18th century. Seminole pumpkins are very well adapted to hot, humid...