64. Foliage and fruit of mammae apple, or South American Apricot, 1880

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A tropical American tree (Mammea americana, L.) of the Guttiferae, cultivated for its fruit, the outer rind of which is bitter; but the flesh is sweet and aromatic, and is made into preserves. A kind of wine is made from the young shoots, and a scent

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Media ID 4500419

Date: 22nd January 2011

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Associated Categories: Marianne North

Keywords:  art  artist  foliage  fruit  leaves  mammee apple  marianne north  painting  south america