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Aleurites moluccana
Aleurites moluccana
Kukui / Candlenut
 
The candlenut is used in the Malaysian and Indonesian cuisine. The nuts are very oily, so they can burn like a candle.
 
2 seeds
€ 4,00
Annona conica
Annona conica
Rare species from north-western Ecuador with yellow, cone-shaped fruits that are edible. Plant which can also fruit in a container.

5 seeds
€ 6,00
Annona squamosa
Annona squamosa
Sugar apple / Sweetsop
 
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.
 
10 seeds
€ 3,50
Arachis hypogaea
Arachis hypogaea
Peanut
 
Grows quite pretty in a glass jar on the windowsill. Peanuts grow underground on stalks that grow from the flowers. 
 
10 seeds
€ 2,00
Averrhoa bilimbi
Averrhoa bilimbi
Bilimbi
 
Green fruits have juicy, sour pulp and are used in the Surinamese kitchen. They grow on the stem of this tropical plant. 
 
10 seeds
€ 3,00
Bunchosia argentea
Bunchosia argentea
Peanut butter tree

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

5 seeds
€ 9,00
Capsicum chinense 'Bhut Jolokia'
Capsicum chinense 'Bhut Jolokia'
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.

10 seeds


€ 3,50
Cinnamomum zeylanicum
Cinnamomum zeylanicum
Cinnamon tree / Ceylon cinnamon tree

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

5 seeds
€ 6,00
Coccoloba uvifera
Coccoloba uvifera
Seagrape

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.

10 seeds
€ 3,50
Coffea arabica
Coffea arabica
Arabica coffee

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. After a couple of years, you can harvest coffee berries. 

10 seeds
€ 3,00
Coffea arabica 'catura'
Coffea arabica 'catura'
Catura coffee

Coffee with great taste, high yields and resistant to bright sun. For those reasons, this species becomes increasingly popular with coffee producers. The plants stay quite small, which is why they are ideal as a houseplant.

10 seeds
€ 3,50
Coffea arabica 'Kona'
Coffea arabica 'Kona'
Kona coffee

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, which performs well as a houseplant.

5 seeds
€ 4,00
Coffea arabica 'nana'
Coffea arabica 'nana'
Dwarf Arabica coffee

This dwarf variety is even more suitable to produce your own coffee. Because of its compact growth, this variety is ideal as a houseplant. After 3 or 4 years, the first coffee berries start to grow. 

10 seeds
€ 3,50
Coffea canephora
Coffea canephora
Robusta coffee

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 of foam on the espresso. Great as a houseplant. 

10 seeds
€ 3,00
Morinda citrifolia
Morinda citrifolia
€ 3,00
Murraya koenigii
Murraya koenigii
€ 5,00
Musa bauensis
Musa bauensis
€ 5,00
Musa x paradisiaca
Musa x paradisiaca
€ 3,00
Oenocarpus bataua (not available)
Oenocarpus bataua
€ 4,00
Oryza sativa
Oryza sativa
€ 3,00
Passiflora alata
Passiflora alata
€ 3,00
Passiflora ambigua
Passiflora ambigua
€ 3,50
Passiflora aurantia
Passiflora aurantia
€ 3,00
Passiflora quadrangularis
Passiflora quadrangularis
€ 3,50
Plukenetia volubilis
Plukenetia volubilis
€ 4,00
Synsepalum dulcificum
Synsepalum dulcificum
€ 6,00
Tamarindus indica
Tamarindus indica
€ 3,00
Theobroma cacao
Theobroma cacao
€ 6,00