The Burmese grape (scientific name: Baccaurea ramiflora, Family: Euphorbiaceae) is a slow growing evergreen tree growing to 25 m, with a spreading crown and thin bark. ...more on Wikipedia about "Burmese grape"
Eastern Prickly Pear (Opuntia humifusa), also known as Indian fig, is the only native cactus found in the northeastern part of North America and is found through New Jersey, New York and the New England states, and even in parts of Eastern Canada. ...more on Wikipedia about "Eastern prickly pear"
Fernaldia pandurata (A. DC.) Woodson in Family Apocynaceae (common name: loroco) is an edible flower that grows in El Salvador and other Central American countries. It is an important and popular source of food in Guatemala and El Salvador. The plant's buds and flowers are used for cooking in a variety of ways. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fernaldia pandurata"
Moringa is the only genus in the family Moringaceae. This genus comprises 13 species, all of which are trees that grow in tropical and sub-tropical climates. The taxon name moringa comes from the Tamil word murungai. ...more on Wikipedia about "Moringa"
Persicaria bistorta (Bistort or Common Bistort) is a herbaceous flowering plant found throughout Europe. The generic placement of this species is in flux. While treated here as in Persicaria, it has also been placed in Polygonum or Bistorta. ...more on Wikipedia about "Persicaria bistorta"
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