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Endangered in its native Haiti, only 25-30 plants are believed to exist.
A beautiful flowering tree that will grow to have distinctive large buttress roots.
Endemic to northern Haiti, where it is extremely rare. This plant was collected on a Fairchild expedition to Haiti.
Native to Cuba. Largest palm of its genus. Its population has been decreased by overexploitation.
A spectacular tree located in a central location of Fairchild.
This lovely tree is endemic to Jamaica and flowers almost all year.
Known as lignum vitae, this tree is native to tropical America including South Florida. The tree has beautiful purple flowers followed by yellow fruits with red arils.
Native to Jamaica this shrub has large white flowers and dark green leaves.
Our native live oak is host to epiphytic plants and wildlife. It is an extremely durable and handsome shade tree.
Native to Jamaica and Cuba, this solitary palm will grow to 50' tall. This plant was grown from seed collected by Fairchild staff in Jamaica in 1993.