Strawberry Tree Bundle: Red & Yellow

Strawberry Tree Bundle: Red & Yellow

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Strawberry Tree, Red (Muntingia calabura) — Pot Size
Strawberry Tree, Yellow (Muntingia calabura) — Pot Size

Introducing the Strawberry Tree (Muntingia calabura) Fruit Tree Bundle, a delightful addition for fruit tree enthusiasts and gardeners seeking unique and flavorful varieties. This special bundle includes two distinct varieties of the Strawberry Tree: the 'Red' and 'Yellow' Muntingia calabura.

The 'Red' variety is a charming choice, known for its small, bright red fruits that resemble strawberries in appearance. These fruits are cherished for their sweet and slightly tangy flavor, reminiscent of cotton candy and buttered popcorn. The tree itself is a fast grower, producing fruits that are not only delicious but also attractive to birds and beneficial pollinators.

Complementing the 'Red' is the 'Yellow' variety, a rarer version of the Strawberry Tree. It produces delightful yellow fruits that offer a unique, subtly sweet taste with a hint of tropical flavor. To us, it tastes just like fruit loops cereal milk! The 'Yellow' variety is a visual treat with its golden-hued fruits, adding a splash of color and diversity to your garden.

Both the 'Red' and 'Yellow' Strawberry Trees in this bundle are ideal for those looking to expand their collection of fruit-bearing trees. They are perfect for creating a diverse, edible landscape, bringing a touch of the exotic to any garden setting. Enjoy the beauty of these trees and the pleasure of harvesting your own fresh, unique fruits that can't be found in a grocery store!

Meet Our Plantable Pots

Our Medium and Large coconut coir plantable pots crafted from natural coconut husk fibers are not only environmentally friendly but also enhance the plant's growth by providing excellent aeration, drainage, and protecction. Unlike plastic pots, our plantable pots are free from harmful chemicals and enrich the soil with organic matter. They can be planted directly into the ground or into larger containers, making the transplant process stress-free for both the plant and the gardener.

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