Updated Tree List

AUGUST 2014

From Dr. Roberto Coronel in Los Baños, Laguna. These are native fruit trees, most were too small to plant immediately. All except one are found in his book Important and Underutilized Edible Fruits of the Philippines. I indicated the page number on the book.

  1. amugis – 10 (p. 44)
  2. baligang – 7 (p. 212)
  3. balinghasay – 7 (p. 50)
  4. binakaw – 8 (9. 144)
  5. duklitan – 10 (p. 79)
  6. hagis – 21 (p. 213)
  7. hunggo – 8 (p. 105)
  8. kalomata – 8 (p. 105)
  9. limonsito – 10 (p. 69)
  10. linawin – 11 (p. 120)
  11. miracle fruit – 6 (p. 151)
  12. lipote – 22 (p. 216)
  13. mulberry – 10 (p. 152)
  14. marang – 9 (p. 103)
  15. tagpo – 8 (couldn’t find in the book. possibly Ardisia squamulosa/elliptica)
  16. pili – 10 (p. 167)
  17. tampoy – 3 (p. 215, 219)

NOVEMBER 2014

From Quezon

  1. Marang – 4
  2. blueberry – 1
  3. kamias – 1
  4. lemon – 3
  5. calamansi – 4

From Lydia Robledo

  1. bagras – 1
  2. supa – 1

From Mahogany Market, Tagaytay

  1. sweet Thai sampalok – 1
  2. dayap – 1
  3. atis + 1
  4. langka (no latex) – 1
  5. mulberry (grafted, small bush) – 2
  6. balimbing – 1
  7. suha – 1
  8. caimito – 1

we also bought 3 sili, 2 mint
she gave us for free: 1 passionfruit (vine), curry, 2 basil, 1 aloe vera

4 thoughts on “Updated Tree List”

  1. Hi Ma’am, good morning. do you sell fruit bearing seedlings also? If you already have almost everything in your farm, why not sell some also for those who want to have some? My goal is to have at least one variety of fruit bearing trees, I already have different trees from the farm of Sir Zac Sarian, but I still have to complete my list. I want to have katmon, lipote, kalumpit, hagis, galo, biasong, batwan, pulsar Carambola, bignay, passion fruit, blueberry and many more.

    You have mentioned in this page about Dr. Roberto Coronel’s book. I also read in his website about the indigenous fruits in his farm like alupag, kubili, kepel, namnam, salak, tinctoria, araza, granadilla, grumichama, JABOTICABA, ackee, champedak, and many more. Do you have some like this also?

    1. Hi Elvie, I don’t have any seedlings for sale. We’re planning to do that in the future. I was able to buy seedlings from Dr. Coronel. Most of them were very small though, and we couldn’t plant them right away. His farm was damaged in one of the typhoons, maybe that’s why a lot of his seedlings are still small.
      It’s great that you’re collecting fruit bearing trees! Hope you find the ones you’re looking for. I will write my sources here in the blog next time I buy, so others can also buy from them.

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