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What we grow

Below you’ll find a long list of the different trees and plants we collect and grow at ʻĀina Exotics. Soon we’ll have a store on our website where you will be able to see what nursery plants, seeds, exotic fruit and produce we have for sale. For now, we please contact us if you have any questions about our selection.  

Feʻi Bananas

 

 Common name Latin name Family Variety
cuttings:      
fig Ficus carica (Moraceae) mulberry family Little Miss Figgy
mulberry Morus Moraceae  black mulberry, morus nigra
gliricidia Gliricidia sepium Fabaceae  
pintoi (perennial peanut) Arachis pintoi Arachis  
grafted:      
abiu Pouteria caimito Sapotaceae  
atemoya (Annona squamosa) & cherimoya (A. cherimola) Annonaceae  
star apple Chrysophyllum cainito Sapotaceae  
soursop Annona muricata Annonaceae whitmans fiberless
avocado Persea americana Lauraceae (green gold, Hamilton, murashige, yamagata, sharwill, malama)
mango Mangifera indica Anacardiaceae (brook’s late, rapoza, kau dwarf, nam doc mai)
durian Durio zibethinus Bombacaea (or Malvaceae) (Musang King)
jackfruit Artocarpus heterophyllus Moraceae (Ziman Pink, black gold, jack x champadek – dang suria)
mangosteen Garcinia mangostana    
Epicotal grafting       
avocado Persea americana Lauraceae (green gold, Hamilton, murashige, yamagata, sharwill, malama)
mamey sapote Pouteria sapota Sapotaceae  
durian Durio zibethinus Bombacaea (or Malvaceae) (Musang King)
jackfruit Artocarpus heterophyllus Moraceae (Ziman Pink, black gold, jack x champadek – dang suria)
mango Mangifera indica Anacardiaceae (brook’s late, rapoza, kau dwarf, nam doc mai)
       
 Common name Latin name Family  
seedlings:      
champedek Artocarpus integer Moraceae  
starfruit Averrhoa carambola Oxalidaceae  
rollinia Rollinia deliciosa Safford Rollinia mucosa (Jacq.) Baill Annonaceae  
ice cream bean Inga edulis or Inga feuilleei Fabaceae  
jackfruit Artocarpus heterophyllus Moraceae  
peach palm Bactris gasipaes, or in some classifications Guilielma gasipaes Arecaceae (Palmae)  
surinam cherry Eugenia uniflora Myrtaceae  
jaboticaba Plinia cauliflora Myrtaceae  
loquat Eriobotrya japonica Rosaceae  
soursop Annona muricata Annonaceae  
cacao Theobroma cacao Malvaceae  
mamey Pouteria sapota Sapotaceae  
chico Manilkara zapota Sapotaceae  
chupa chupa Quararibea cordata Malvaceae  
white sapote Casimiroa edulis Rutaceae  
black sapote Diospyros nigra Ebenaceae  
durian    Durio zibethinus Bombacaea (or Malvaceae)  
coconuts Cocos nucifera Arecaceae  
tree tomato Cyphomandra betacea Sendt. Solanaceae  
malabar chestnut  Pachira aquatica Bombacaeae  
Plant Collections
bananas (dwarf apple, dwarf williams, saba, fei, giant plantain, cuban red, ice cream, ele’ele’ nam wah, hawaiian plantain)
Pineapple: mauritius, ohata, kew, dacca, cheese pine
Papaya: sole, exotica, thai, giant, mountain, super dwarf
kalo/taro, banana, sugar cane
Edible hibisicus, mint, holy basil, basil
Lilikoi: yellow, purple, jamaican giant
Seedling collections
Myrtacae: yellow jaboticaba, white jaboticaba, blue grape, giant, cambuca
Eugeillia: Brazilian cherry, pitagatubia, surinam, cherry of rio, miracle berry
Garcinia: bolvian, lemon drop, mangosteen, araca boi
Autocarpus: breadnut, breadfruit, jackfruit, champadek, marang
Annona:  sugar apple, rollinia (subfamily), soursop, llama, cherimoya
Multigraft: citrus, avocado, mango, jaboticaba, durian
Cactus
pitaya (dragonfruit relative, sweet and juicier than dragonfruit)
dragon fruit (read and yellow – spineless beautiful colored fruit hylocerus)
san pedro 
 
Rare exotics
banistropsis caapii (ancient amazonian vine)
psycotria viridis (amazon rare herb)
hawaiian baby woodrose (beautiful flowers)
kava
 
Native
mamaki
bamboo
breadfruit
taro
aerial yam
 
straight cuttings:
money tree, coleus, bromeliads, plumerias, gingers, and rare ornamentals   
ti (purple, green, and variegated)
gliricidia