Tamarillo

(Cyphomandra) This soft-wooded tree or bush is native of South America and belongs to the Potato family, Solanaceae. It is a frost-tender perennial that has large, heart-shaped, fuzzy leaves and fragrant purple flowers, which are followed by dangling orange-red, egg-shaped fruits that are high in pectin. Each fruit is 2 or 3 inches long and 1½ t...
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Tamarillo

[horse] Tamarillo is a horse that has excelled in the sport of eventing under rider William Fox-Pitt. Foaled in 1992 at Biddesden Stud Tamarillo was shown successfully as a young horse becoming Part Bred Champion at the annual National Arabian Horse Show in Malvern in 1995. He was first ridden by Diana Burgess through novice and intermediat...
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Tamarillo

Solanum betaceum is a small tree or shrub in the flowering plant family Solanaceae (the nightshade family). It is best known as the species that bears the tamarillo, an egg-shaped edible fruit. It is also known as the tree tomato, or tamamoro. == Description == === Plant origin and regions of cultivation === The tamarillo is native to the Andes of...
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