Pwunso Gymnosperm and Spice Plants

The ethnobotany class visited the Pwunso botanic garden on 18 February to view gymnosperms and economically valuable plants. The Clove trees were producing heavily. This suggests that cloves, like cycad cones, are a spring term production. That cloves have appeared twice but not previously may simply be a factor of the age of the trees.



 Lerina Nena with cloves
 The class heads over to the Cook island pine trees.
 The cycad sported cones.
 Immature coffee cherries - seems too early for the fall crop, maybe an out of season berry.
Charlotte. Hanae, Benhart.

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