TROPICA Mountain Papaya

Evergreen shrub

  • Fast-growing
  • Cucumber-shaped fruit
  • Very sweet taste
  • € 3,79 (€ 63,17 / 100 grams)

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Contents: 10 Seeds

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Item no.: TRO-13279, Content: 10 Seeds

EAN: 4031357132799

  • Fast-growing
  • Cucumber-shaped fruit
  • Very sweet taste

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The robust, evergreen mountain papaya grows as a shrub or small tree at an altitude of 1500-3000 m. It almost never grows larger than 8-10 metres in nature. It forms a thick, fleshy trunk with a maximum 1.50-2 metres in height. The leaves are a much darker green, are less jagged and above all, tolerate temperatures that are too cold for other papaya species.

The fruits are cucumber-shaped, are cooked their shell and eaten like vegetables. When ripe, the skin is orange and the fruits are very sweet.

Sowing Schedule: Year-round
Where to plant: Windowsill, Pots & planters (indoors)
Life expectancy: Two Year & Perennial
Available As:: One portion of seeds
Height of Growth:: 500 cm climbing
Water Requirements: Low

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Mountain Papaya is found in the cool mountainous regions of the Chilean Andes and in Colombia.

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