1 seed per pack. Note: Seeds are very large, some seeds in this batch are beginning to sprout. A wild growing Cola Nut found in lowland forests of some West African countries. This species is little known outside of Africa and bears fairly large fruits, up to several inches long. Fruits have edible white pulp and very large seeds. The pulp is often said to be the sweetest and tastiest of the Cola sp. The fruits can be found for sale in some local markets in West Africa. Not much information is available about cultivation, but the species is presumably similar to the more common Cola acuminata. Seeds are fresh, cannot be stored and should be planted on receipt. #3933
Photo courtesy of Anna Sophia Fields.