Plant some delicious Jicama and check out Himalayan Rabbits, Chinese Flame Trees, and much more! Available for a limited time!
Pachyrhizus erosus, or jicama: is also known as the Mexican yam or the Mexican turnip.
Despite their name, the origin location of the Himalayan rabbit is unknown.
Baby Himalayan Rabbit
Adult Himalayan Rabbit
Prized Himalayan Rabbit
The Reeves’s pheasant was named for naturalist John Reeves: who brought the species to Europe in 1831.
Baby Reeves’s Pheasant
Adult Reeves’s Pheasant
Prized Reeves’s Pheasant
The Mahogany pig: is of standard size and is a beautiful shade of reddish brown.
Baby Mahogany Pig
Adult Mahogany Pig
Prized Mahogany Pig
The gray Pygora goat: is a variant of a breed that originated by crossing a Pygmy goat and an Angora goat.
Baby Gray Pygora Goat
Adult Gray Pygora Goat
Prized Gray Pygora Goat
Acer nigrum, or the black maple: is a subspecies of the maple tree that produces the same sweet maple syrup.
Black Maple Tree
Heirloom Black Maple Tree
Koelreuteria bipinnata, or the Chinese flame tree: can grow up to twenty meters tall and is widely used for decoration.
Chinese Flame Tree
Heirloom Chinese Flame Tree
Chrysophyllum oliviforme, or the Indian Gooseberry Tree: is recognizable due to its crooked trunk and sour fruit.
Heirloom Indian Gooseberry
Iceberg lettuce with sweet jicama gives us a fresh take on a classic salad!
Lightly seasoned fries made from potato and jicama make a sweet and starchy treat!
Spicy Jicama Fries
The sweet taste of jicama in your cole slaw: is a great way to spice up any barbeque!
Whole wheat pancakes smothered in black maple syrup. Sounds delicious! Tastes even better!
Black Maple Pancakes
Heirloom Black Maple Pancakes
The taste of the sour Indian gooseberry: is tempered with pure sugar and a sweet pie crust!
Indian Gooseberry Pie
Heirloom Indian Gooseberry Pie
Add elegance to any meal with a simple garnish of Chinese flame flowers!
Chinese Flame Garnish
Heirloom Flame Garnish