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HAVE: Guamá (Inga fagifolia)

Posted by cocomo z10 / PR (My Page) on
Tue, Jul 11, 06 at 13:43

Hi everyone:

I have fresh seeds of "guamá" (Inga fagifolia). This is a leguminous tree producing pods inside of which seeds are covered by a velvety and sweet pulp that is edible. This plant is from the same family as "Ice cream bean" (Inga edulis). The trees have been historically used to provide shade cover to coffee and cocoa plants in plantations.

I would like to trade for seeds of any interesting tropical tree, fruit or flower plant. Thanks

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