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Help Looking for the real name for Bush Bon Bons

Posted by olgreymare Z5 Colorado (My Page) on
Mon, Nov 27, 06 at 7:06

We live in Cameroon Africa and have been given fruit called Bush Bons Bons. They are about 2 x 3 inches about the shape of an elongated apricot. The color is rosy red with rose red fibrous flesh and a large pit. They have a delightful tart taste. I would like to make jam and a true botanical or more common name would be helpful.

Thank you.

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RE: Help Looking for the real name for Bush Bon Bons

Several species in the Genus Trichoscypha are known by that common name. T. arborea and T. acuminata are two...


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