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These tropical species are edible and are suitable for indoors. 




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Annona conica

Rare species from north-western Ecuador with yellow, cone-shaped fruits that are edible. Plant which can also fruit in a container.

€ 6,00 p/5 seeds
Arabica Coffee (Coffea arabica)

The most cultivated coffee species in the world, which originates from the rural areas of south-western Ethiopia. Coffee can also be kept as a houseplant.

€ 3,00 p/10 seeds
Australian Passionflower (Passiflora aurantia)

A Passionflower from Australia with a compact growth that grows well as an indoor plant. This species produces plenty of flowers, which colour gradually from yellow to red.

€ 3,00 p/5 seeds
Bhut Jolokia (Capsicum chinense 'Bhut Jolokia')

In 2007, this pepper from north-eastern India was declared the hottest pepper in the world. A very small piece is enough to make a dish extremely spicy. Great to try out.

€ 3,50 p/10 seeds
Cocoa (Theobroma cacao)

Cocoa beans are the main ingredient for chocolate. They grow in a white pulp within the cocoafruit which grows on the stem of the cocoa tree. Can nicely be grown as an indoor...

€ 6,00 p/5 seeds
Catura Coffee (Coffea arabica 'catura')

Coffee with great taste, high yields and resistant to bright sun. For those reasons, this species becomes increasingly popular with coffee producers.

€ 3,50 p/10 seeds
Dwarf Arabica Coffee (Coffea arabica 'nana')

This dwarf variety is even more suitable to produce your own coffee. Because of its compact growth, this variety is ideal as a houseplant.

€ 3,50 p/10 seeds
Yellow pitahaya (Hylocereus megalanthus)

The yellow pitahaya or yellow dragonfruit is a delicious sweet fruit with a yellow peel and white pulp. Easy plant to take care of.

€ 3,00 p/10 seeds
Winged-stem Passionflower (Passiflora alata)

A small species with reddish purple flowers and yellow orange, delicious passion fruit. The stems are winged.

€ 3,00 p/5 seeds
Injo Passionflower (Passiflora ambigua)

This species has even been grown by the Maya’s for their 5 cm large, orange-yellow edible fruits. The plants can still be found on old Maya temples.

€ 4,00 p/10 seeds
Cinnamon Tree (Cinnamomum zeylanicum)

Cinnamon is the dried interior bark of the cinnamon tree and is used for all kinds of dishes and teas. 

€ 6,00 p/5 seeds
Kukui (Aleurites moluccana)

The kukui or candlenut is used in the Malaysian and Indonesian cuisine. The nuts are very oily, so they can burn like a candle.

€ 4,00 p/2 seeds
Curry Tree (Murraya koenigii)

The leaves of the curry tree are used in the Indian kitchen to make curries. The leaves can best be eaten fresh, and the plant can be grown as an indoor plant.

€ 5,00 p/5 seeds
Kona Coffee (Coffea arabica 'Kona')

Coffee from the Kona district on Hawaii, where fertile volcanic ground provides excellent soil for growing great coffee. It’s one of the most expensive coffee species in the world.

€ 4,00 p/5 seeds
Korean Perilla (Perilla frutescens)

An annual plant with very aromatic leaves that taste like a combination of mint and apple. The leaves can be used as a vegetable in a variety of Korean dishes.

€ 3,00 p/20 seeds
Miracle Fruit (Synsepalum dulcificum)

After eating these fruits, sour and bitter things taste wonderfully sweet. Lemon juice, for example, tastes like sweet lemonade.

€ 6,00 p/3 seeds
Nutmeg (Myristica fragrans)

The seeds of the nutmeg tree are the source of two popular spices: nutmeg and mace.

€ 6,00 p/seed
Noni (Morinda citrifolia)

The peculiar yellowish white noni fruits are famous for the healthy juice that can be made of the fruits. It is an easy plant to grow indoors.

€ 3,00 p/10 seeds
Patawa (Oenocarpus bataua)

A tropical Amazonian palm with purple fruits that taste like sweet chocolate and contain an oil that resembles olive oil.

€ 4,00 p/3 seeds
Peanut (Arachis hypogaea)

Grows quite pretty in a glass jar on the windowsill. Peanuts grow underground on stalks that grow from the flowers. 

€ 2,00 p/10 seeds
Peanut Butter Tree (Bunchosia argentea)

The red-orange fruits taste like peanut butter and can be eaten fresh or processed into jam or milkshakes.

€ 9,00 p/5 seeds
Plantain Banana (Musa x paradisiaca)

All bananas in the store come from hybrids of this banana. This is also a hybrid, however, this is a natural one between M. acuminata and M. balbisiana.

€ 3,00 p/5 seeds
Giant Granadilla (Passiflora quadrangularis)

The giant granadilla is the largest passionflower and can grow 15 meters per year. The flowers are quite large, reaching a diameter of around 10 cm. The sweet and edible fruits...

€ 3,50 p/5 seeds
Robusta Coffee (Coffea canephora)

This species contains more caffeine, therefore the coffee tastes a little bit more bitter. Robusta coffee is often blended with Arabica, providing an optimal taste and a layer...

€ 3,00 p/10 seeds
Sacha Inchi (Plukenetia volubilis)

In Peru, a healthy oil is pressed from the seeds full of omega fatty acids and vitamins A and E. A small climbing plant for the home or as an annual in a greenhouse.

Tamarind (Tamarindus indica)

Species from eastern Africa with pods used in Asian cuisine. The pulp is sweet and sour and contains a lot of sugars, vitamin B and calcium.

€ 3,00 p/5 seeds
Seagrape (Coccoloba uvifera)

Seagrapes grow in clusters and colour on ripening to red. They taste sweet and sour, can be eaten fresh or processed into jam, juice or wine.

€ 3,50 p/10 seeds
Sugar Apple (Annona squamosa)

The scaly fruits have white, sweet fruit flesh and a texture like yoghurt. Provide a warm, sunny spot at a minimum of 10 degrees Celsius.

€ 3,50 p/10 seeds
Bilimbi (Averrhoa bilimbi)

Green fruits have juicy, sour pulp and are used in the Surinamese kitchen. They grow on the stem of this tropical plant. 

€ 3,00 p/10 seeds
Black Peanut (Arachis hypogaea 'Black')

This peanut plant produces peanuts with a black cover. Interesting to see and sweet tasting.

€ 3,50 p/5 seeds

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