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Genus : Coucpia

“Experience the allure of Olosapo fruit with our Olosapo Fruit Plant. Hailing from tropical regions, this exotic fruit offers a delightful blend of flavors, featuring juicy flesh with a balance of sweetness and tanginess. Its vibrant color and refreshing taste make it a perfect addition to any fruit collection. By cultivating your own Olosapo Fruit Plant, you can indulge in the pleasure of plucking ripe fruits from your garden and relishing in the unique tropical delight that Olosapo has to offer. Elevate your gardening experience with the Olosapo Fruit Plant and enjoy the abundance of nature’s treasures.”

Bertholletia excelsa, commonly known as Brazil nut tree, is a large tree that is native to the Amazon rainforest in South America. It is known for its large, hard-shelled nuts, which are a popular food and source of income for many people in the region.

The tree can grow up to 50 meters tall and has a straight trunk that can be up to 2 meters in diameter. The bark is smooth and grayish-brown, and the leaves are large, leathery, and dark green, measuring up to 45 cm in length. The tree produces clusters of small, yellowish-white flowers that bloom from December to February. After pollination by bees, the flowers develop into large, woody capsules that contain about 12-25 triangular nuts, each encased in a hard, woody shell.

The Brazil nuts are edible and have a rich, creamy flavor that is often used in desserts, snacks, and other dishes. The nuts are also a good source of protein, healthy fats, and other nutrients such as selenium, magnesium, and fiber.

In addition to its culinary uses, the Brazil nut tree is also valued for its wood, which is used for furniture, flooring, and other products. The tree also plays an important role in the Amazon rainforest ecosystem, providing food and shelter for a variety of animals and supporting the local indigenous communities who rely on the nuts for their livelihoods. However, the tree is under threat due to deforestation and habitat loss caused by logging, mining, and agriculture.


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