The TROPICAL FOOD PLANTS guide is an extensive resource that aims to help readers explore the incredible diversity of 121 edible tropical plants that can be grown in tropical and sub-tropical regions around the world. I have carefully selected the most appropriate, well-known, and readily available food plants that are suitable for cultivation in different tropical regions, such as Northern Australia, Florida, and the Asia Pacific.
The guide provides a plant profile that is clear and concise information on each plant, including growing conditions, propagation methods, maintenance, and harvesting techniques. This information is presented in an easy-to-read format, making it accessible for both novice and experienced gardeners.
Whether you are interested in growing fruits, vegetables, herbs, or spices, the TROPICAL FOOD PLANTS guide offers a wealth of knowledge that will help you plan and execute a thriving food garden. By following the advice provided in the guide, you can create a sustainable and productive ecosystem that is both rewarding and fulfilling.