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Part Number: POD-0487-6341

Price: $124.75
Podocarpus (from the Greek, podos, meaning "foot", and karpos, meaning "fruit") is a genus of conifers, the most numerous and widely distributed of the podocarp family Podocarpaceae. The 105 species of Podocarpus are evergreen shrubs or trees from 1-25 m (rarely to 40 m) in height. The leaves are 0.5-15 cm long, lanceolate to oblong, falcate (sickle-shaped) in some species, with a distinct midrib, and are arranged spirally, though in some species twisted to appear in two horizontal ranks.
Part Number: OLV-6846-1987

Price: $149.99
Patrinia olive (Olea europaea var. microphylla is a Greek variety of olive tree grown primarily in Aigialeia, Greece. The olive fruit is used exclusively for oil production and it has a high oil concentration of around 25%. The number of the cultivated Patrinia trees is no more than 6 million and it makes up 4% of the Greek olive trees (140 million). Patrinia olive tree is also known as Koutsourelia or Lianolia.

Patrinia olive tree is of average size (3m height) and it prefers average or rich composition soil. The leaves are small and narrow, a destinctive characteristic of this variety. The fruit is rich and produces high quality olive oil, ripening between November and December. Patrinia is thriving on the amphitheatrically situated hilly areas of Aigialeia and the produced olive oil is distinguished by its quality and its mild fruity aromas.
Part Number: KEN-1348-9485

Price: $140.00
Howea forsteriana (kentia palm or thatch palm) is a species of flowering plant in the palm family Arecaeae, endemic to Lord Howe Island in Australia. It is also widely grown on Norfolk Island. It is a relatively slow-growing palm, eventually growing up to 10 m (33 ft) tall by 6 m (20 ft) wide. Its fronds can reach 3 m (10 ft) long.
Part Number: PAL-0849-9870

Price: $145.00
Caryota rumphiana, whose common names include the Fishtail or Albert palm is a Caryota or fish tail palm from South East Asia. Its leaves have a distinctive fishtail shape and its flowers have been described as mop-like. Unusually for a palm it flowers once and then dies.

Caryota is a genus of palm trees. They are often known as fishtail palms because of the shape of their leaves. There are about 13 species native to Asia and the South Pacific.
Part Number: PAL-8974-9871

Price: $200.00
Caryota obtusa is a species of flowering plant in the palm family from India, Laos and Thailand. The palm is commonly called Giant fishtail palm or Thai Giant Caryota.

Caryota is a genus of palm trees. They are often known as fishtail palms because of the shape of their leaves. There are about 13 species native to Asia and the South Pacific.
Part Number: OLV-0000-0000

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The olive (Olea europaea, meaning "Oil from/of Europe") is a species of small tree in the family Oleaceae, native to the coastal areas of the eastern Mediterranean Basin as well as northern Iraq, and northern Iran at the south of the Caspian Sea.
Part Number: FIG-8077-8413

Price: $100.00
Ficus maclellandii (common name Alii Fig or Banana-Leaf Fig) is a hybrid species of fig plant. It is an evergreen grown as a houseplant. The leaves are 8-13 cm.

Ficus is a genus of about 850 species of woody trees, shrubs, vines, epiphytes and hemiepiphytes in the family Moraceae. Collectively known as fig trees or figs, they are native throughout the tropics with a few species extending into the semi-warm temperate zone.
Part Number: BAM-8794-8970

Price: $79.99
Bamboo (Bambuseae) is a tribe of flowering perennial evergreen plants in the grass family Poaceae, subfamily Bambusoideae, tribe Bambuseae. Giant bamboos are the largest members of the grass family.
Part Number: ARA-0896-8791

Price: $99.99
Schefflera arboricola (syn. Heptapleurum arboricolum) is a flowering plant in the family Araliaceae, native to Taiwan. It also goes by the common name "Dwarf Umbrella Tree."
Part Number: PAL-8941-0654

Price: $175.00
Ravenea (Majesty Palm) is a genus of 17 species of palms, all endemic to Madagascar and the Comoros. They are small to large palms, with solitary, robust grey stems, swollen at base and gradually tapering upward. The species vary greatly in size, with R. hildebrandtii and R. nana only reaching 4 m, while R. robustior and R. sambiranensis both reach 30 m.
Part Number: FIG-8970-6987

Price: $100.00
The Cape fig or Broom cluster fig (Ficus sur) is a widespread Afrotropical species of cauliflorous fig. This fast-growing, deciduous or evergreen tree usually reaches 5 to 12 m, but may attain a height of 35 m to 40 m. Large specimens develop a massive spreading crown, fluted trunks and buttress roots. In cooler climes it is coastal, but they may be found at up to 2,500 m altitude. The heavily clustered fruit suggest fecundity, and some trees in East Africa have been venerated as sacred shrines in animist practices. Over its extensive range it is variable with respect to leaf shape, texture of the leaves and figs, deciduousness and overall size.
Part Number: PAL-1895-1984

Price: $175.00
Howea is a genus of two palms, H. belmoreana and H. forsteriana, both endemic to Lord Howe Island, Australia. H. forsteriana in particular is commonly grown as an indoor plant in the Northern Hemisphere.
Part Number: PAL-6199-8994

Price: $200.00
Banana is the common name for flowering plants of the genus Musa and for the fruit they produce. The fruit is variable in size, color and firmness, but is usually elongated and curved, with soft flesh rich in starch covered with a rind which may be yellow, purple or red when ripe.
Part Number: FIG-9813-9465

Price: $100.00
The Cape fig or Broom cluster fig (Ficus sur) is a widespread Afrotropical species of cauliflorous fig. This fast-growing, deciduous or evergreen tree usually reaches 5 to 12 m, but may attain a height of 35 m to 40 m. Large specimens develop a massive spreading crown, fluted trunks and buttress roots. In cooler climes it is coastal, but they may be found at up to 2,500 m altitude. The heavily clustered fruit suggest fecundity, and some trees in East Africa have been venerated as sacred shrines in animist practices. Over its extensive range it is variable with respect to leaf shape, texture of the leaves and figs, deciduousness and overall size.
Part Number: OLV-9709-9871

Price: $139.99
The Kalamata olive is a large, black olive with a smooth, meaty texture named after the city of Kalamata in the southern Peloponnese, Greece. Often used as a table olive, they are usually preserved in wine vinegar or olive oil. Kalamata olives have PDO status.
Part Number: PIN-8791-0646

Price: $100.00
Pines are trees in the genus Pinus, in the family Pinaceae. They make up the monotypic subfamily Pinoideae. There are about 115 species of pine, although different authorities accept between 105 and 125 species.
Part Number: FIG-5046-9408

Price: $100.00
Ficus racemosa (syn. Ficus glomerata Roxb.) is a species of plant in the Moraceae family. Popularly known as the Cluster Fig Tree or Goolar (Gular) Fig, this is native to Australia, Malesia, South-East Asia and the Indian Subcontinent. It is unusual in that its figs grow on or close to the tree trunk, termed cauliflory. In India the tree and its fruit are called gular in the north and atti in the south. The fruits are a favourite staple of the common Indian macaque. In Vietnam, it is called sung.

It serves as a food plant for the caterpillars of the butterfly the Two-brand Crow (Euploea sylvester) of northern Australia.
Part Number: PIN-6134-1613

Price: $120.00
Araucaria heterophylla (synonym A. excelsa) is a distinctive conifer, a member of the ancient and now disjointly distributed family Araucariaceae. As its vernacular name Norfolk Island Pine implies, the tree is endemic to Norfolk Island.
Part Number: FIG-9809-4664

Price: $150.00
Ficus maxima is a fig tree which is native to Mexico, Central America, the Caribbean and South America south to Paraguay. Figs belong to the Moraceae family. The specific epithet maxima was coined by Scottish botanist Philip Miller in 1768; Miller's name was applied to this species in the Flora of Jamaica, but it was later determined that Miller's description was actually of the species now known as Ficus aurea. To avoid confusion, Cornelis Berg proposed that the name should be conserved for this species. Berg's proposal was accepted in 2005.

Individuals may reach heights of 30 m (100 ft). Like all figs it has an obligate mutualism with fig wasps; F. maxima is only pollinated by the fig wasp Tetrapus americanus, and T. americanus only reproduces in its flowers. F. maxima fruit and leaves are important food resources for a variety of birds and mammals. It is used in a number of herbal medicines across its range.

Ficus maxima is a tree which ranges from 5–30 m (16–100 ft) tall. Leaves vary in shape from long and narrow to more oval, and range from 6–24 (cm) (2–9 in) long and from 2.5–12 cm (1–5 in) wide. F. maxima is monoecious; each tree bears functional male and female flowers. The figs are borne singly and are 1–2 cm (0.4–0.8 in) in diameter (sometimes up to 2.5 cm [1 in]).
Part Number: FIG-0494-6408

Price: $125.00
Ficus lyrata (syn. Ficus pandurata), commonly known as the fiddle-leaf fig, is a species of fig tree, native to western Africa, from Cameroon west to Sierra Leone. It grows in lowland tropical rainforest.

It is a banyan fig (Ficus subgenus Urostigma) that commonly starts life as an epiphyte high in the crown of another tree; it then sends roots down to the ground which envelop the trunk of the host tree and slowly strangle it. It can also grow as a free-standing tree on its own, growing up to 12–15 m (39–49 ft) tall. The leaves are variable in shape, but often with a broad apex and narrow middle, resembling a lyre or fiddle; they are up to 45 cm (18 in) long and 30 cm (12 in) broad, though usually smaller, with a leathery texture, prominent veins and a wavy margin. The fruit is a green fig 2.5-3 cm (1- in) diameter.
Part Number: HAW-4114-1141

Price: $120.00
Ficus benjamina, commonly known as the weeping fig, Benjamin's fig, or ficus tree and often sold in stores as just ficus, is a species of flowering plant in the family Moraceae, native to south and southeast Asia and Australia. It is the official tree of Bangkok. It is a tree reaching 30 metres (98 ft) tall in natural conditions, with gracefully drooping branchlets and glossy leaves 6–13 cm (2–5 in), oval with an acuminate tip. In its native range, its small fruit are favored by some birds, such as the Superb Fruit Dove, Wompoo Fruit Dove, Pink-spotted Fruit Dove, Ornate Fruit Dove, orange-bellied Fruit Dove, Torresian Imperial Pigeon, Purple-tailed Imperial Pigeon (Frith et al. 1976).
Part Number: FIG-9804-9479

Price: $100.00
Variegated Fig (Ficus variegata) is a well distributed species of tropical fig tree. It occurs in many parts of Asia, islands of the Pacific and as far south east as Australia. There is a large variety of local common names including Common Red Stem Fig, Green Fruited Fig and Variegated Fig. A non strangling fig which may reach 30 metres in height. In Australia the fruit are eaten by Cassowaries and Double-eyed Fig Parrots.
Part Number: CIT-9874-1546

Price: $165.00
Citrus is a common term and genus (Citrus) of flowering plants in the rue family, Rutaceae. Citrus is believed to have originated in the part of Southeast Asia bordered by Northeastern India, Myanmar (Burma) and the Yunnan province of China. Citrus fruit has been cultivated in an ever-widening area since ancient times; the best-known examples are the oranges, lemons, grapefruit, and limes.
Part Number: ARA-0584-9164

Price: $134.99
Polyscias fruticosa, or Ming Aralia, is a perennial dicot evergreen shrub or dwarf tree native to India. The plant grows fairly slowly but can reach up to 1 to 2 meters in height.
Part Number: PAL-0156-5461

Price: $175.00
Rhapis is a genus of about 10 species of small palms native to southeastern Asia from southern Japan and southern China south to Thailand. The species are commonly known as Lady Palms.
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