Are you one of those who like to try new things? If so, then you are going to be amazed by these 5 exotic fruit trees that I am going to present to you now. They are tropical, but fortunately it is becoming easier to find them in the supermarket. So now you know, if you come across one when you go shopping, buy it and plant it in your garden.
Some are really curious. Look look…
I remember the first time I saw a Physalis peruviana . I did not know this plant, and I confess that at first I thought it was some kind of young bush. When I discovered that it is actually a horticultural plant, whose round fruits have a delicious sweet taste, I was overjoyed. And it is that to have it, you only need to sow its seeds in spring , and in just a few months you will be able to taste its fruits.
The Akebia quinata is a very ornamental and rustic climbing shrub of Asian origin, so much so that it can withstand light frosts without difficulty. In addition, it has flowers that will perfume your garden, and its fruits have an edible fleshy pulp. What more could you want?
Originally from tropical America, the Annona squamosa is a fruit tree with very little presence in the Northern Hemisphere, which, however, is easy to grow in a greenhouse or indoors in climates where winter is somewhat cool, with temperatures slightly below 0ºC.
Averrhoa carambola , known as carambola or star fruit, is an evergreen shrub native to India, Sri Lanka, and Indonesia. Suitable for cultivation in bright interiors, as its adult dimensions are small, growing about 3 meters high, and as if that were not enough, it resists pruning.
Nephelium lappaceum , better known as rambutan, is native to Malaysia and Indonesia. It is a large tropical tree, whose fruits are very similar to sea urchins. If you live in a mild climate, this is your fruit tree.
Which of them did you like the most?