Monthly Archives: April 2015

Pindo Palm Jelly

Butia capitata Pindo Palms are a common landscape plant in southern climates. ¬†Most owners are glad to give away the fruit, and surprised to know they are edible. Yellow, pineapple sweet and tart at the same time, Pindo Palms are … Continue reading

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American Persimmon

Diospyros virginiana The American or common persimmon,¬†also called simmon, possumwood, and Florida persimmon is a slow-growing, moderately sized tree native to southeastern North America. The fruit is about 1 to 2 inches in diameter. Unripe fruit, which is high in … Continue reading

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