The guanabana tree is a low-branching, slender tree originating in Central America. Also known as the soursop tree, the guanabana produces oval fruit with a yellow-green skin and white, juicy flesh. The fruit is a popula... More »

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A guanabana, also known as a soursop, is the fruit of the guanabana tree, a broadleaf evergreen native to South and Central America and the Caribbean. The fruit has a spiny green skin, a soft white interior and a core of... More »

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"Guanabana" is a Spanish name for the soursop fruit, a tropical tree fruit that is has an edible, fleshy pulp. The fruit originated in the West Indies and South America but is grown in tropical climates all over the worl... More »

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A guanabana, also known as a soursop, is the fruit of the guanabana tree, a broadleaf evergreen native to South and Central America and the Caribbean. The fruit has a spiny green skin, a soft white interior and a core of... More »

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A Monstera plant is an evergreen, broad-leafed vine that is native to Central America. Monstera plants produce fruit that is typically edible, although some plants may produce inedible fruit. More »

The poinsettia comes from Mexico and Central America. The Aztecs, who called it "Cuetlaxochitl," used the flower in medicine and dyes. After the Spanish conquest of Mexico, Christian priests began using it in religious r... More »

Mahogany, indigenous to Africa, Central America and South America, is thought to be not only the strongest wood but also the hardest and best quality. This type of wood has poorly defined annual rings and a uniform pore ... More »

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