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Expeditions - The Road Back to Buryatia

Expeditions - The Road Back to Buryatia In September we returned to Ulan Ude, the capital ...
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Oregon Garden - Harvest Season

Oregon Garden - Harvest Season At the Oregon Garden in Silverton, One Green World...
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DIYFruit - Be an Olive Pioneer!

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Monkey Puzzle Tree

This rare and unusual South American evergreen tree is unique for its tiers of stiff, pendulous branches that are covered with dark green, short, sharp pointed leaves. Monkey Puzzle can occasionally be found in Northwest neighborhoods and is a striking ornamental and valuable nut tree. Monkey Puzzle grows slowly to a mature height of 30 feet or more. Nuts are borne on female trees that take up to 10 years to begin bearing. Sweet and starchy like Chestnuts, they are prized in Chile and Argentina where Monkey Puzzle is native. We offer seedlings that can become either male or female trees.

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Monkey Puzzle

Monkey Puzzle

Our Monkey Puzzle trees come from seed collected in our region.
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