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Loading... Some of the very finest fruits come from the acid-loving berries, a family with members such as the blueberry, cranberry, lingonberry and heathland bilberry. The latter has a plethora of colloquial names, including blaeberry, whortleberry, whinberry and, somewhat confusingly, myrtle blueberry. All these berries grow naturally in acidic soils somewhere between pH 4.0 and …

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Flowering Jaboticaba Bonsai Tree(eugenia cauliflora)

The World of Real Bonsai by to southern Brazil the Jaboticaba, pronounced in five (5) syllables just as it is spelled, is a member of the Myrtle family and relative of the Guava. The botanical name "Cauliflora" means that it flowers and bears fruit on the trunk and mature branches. During it's flowering period the tree is covered in clusters of small white flowers all over the trunk and branches. These eventually develop into dark berries, which are sometimes sold in…

boxwoods (or other shrubbery) around the base of trees for an instant elegance and a manicured, low maintenance look

A great addition to any platter, perfect for the odd one out like figs or dried fruit and nuts. Also a great for a gathering of two. Dimensions: 170mm diameter (boxed) In-situ photo: Huon Pine. Product shots in order: Blackwood, Huon Pine, Myrtle, Sassafrass

Cucumber : Ruby Wallace's Old Time WhiteVine Warm, Hot Annual Icon_insect Icon_container Carolina heirloom is perfect for white pickles or great slicer Grown for over 50 years by Mrs. Ruby Wallace of Dallas, North Carolina. Ruby first got a start from her mother-in-law Myrtle, who grew them for many years before that. The Wallace family uses the fruits for pickles when they are very small. (Be sure to use white vinegar to make white pickles!) Or the family lets the fruit get a bit larger for…