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Uvaria burahol Blume Anonaceae.
Java.
Baillon says the fruit is eaten in tropical Asia.


U. cordata Schum. & Thonn.
Tropical Africa.
The plant bears edible fruits.


U. dulcis Dun.
Burma, Malay and tropical Asia.
The perfumed fruit is eaten. In the Public Gardens of Jamaica, this species is grown as a fruit tree.


U. zeylanica Linn.
East Indies.
The fruit is eatable, of a vinous taste, resembling that of an apricot.


Uvularia perfoliata Linn. Liliaceae. BELWORT.
Eastern North America.
Griffith says the roots are edible when cooked, and the young shoots are a very good substitute for asparagus.


U. sessilifolia Linn. BELWORT.
Eastern North America.
This pretty herb is mentioned as yielding a good substitute for asparagus.
 
     
 
 
     



     
 
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