We apologize, due to the massive amount of orders received in a very short time we will be temporarily closed beginning Tuesday May 3 2022 to make certain all of your orders are promptly shipped to their destinations.
We will be reopening in mid to late May 2022 once all orders have been shipped to their destinations. We will be offering many more tropicals from the collection in addition to new items and several one of a kind varieties of variegated musa.

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Shipping - due to the massive amount of orders being received we may temporarily close again to make certain all of your orders are promptly shipped to their destinations.
The last of the orders placed April 18 - May 3 2022 are expected to be shipped by May 19. Delivery time on new orders is expected to be 2-4 weeks.    Thank You For Your Support.

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Shipping -The last remaining orders placed thru May 3 2022 are expected to be shipped by May 19. Delivery time on new orders is expected to be 2-3 weeks.    Thank You For Your Support.
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Inca Peanut Sacha Plant (plukenetia volubilis)

$54.99

Grow your own Incan Peanuts! These roasted treats are the highest concentration of essential fatty acids in the world, at nearly 50% omega 3 by volume and extremely healthy to consume and are a tasty and crunchy alternative to store bought nuts. A versatile plant for the edible garden, the leaves can be cooked and eaten as a vegetable as well. A slender climbing shrub, scrambling over the ground and twining into fences and trellis. Small inconspicuous flowers turn into the weirdest four-sided fruit reminiscent of the folded origami paper boxes that children fold and blow up. On ripening, the fruits contain a soft black wet pulp that is inedible and are left to dry on the plant before harvest. By year 2 it is not unheard of to have a hundred or more, dried fruit on the vine, that can be harvested at a time, giving 400 to 500 seeds a few times a year. WOW that is one amazing plant! Raw seeds are inedible, but roasting after shelling makes them crunchy and tasty.

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