Harvest delicious new acorn squash and take a look at Java Chickens, Higan Cherry Trees, and much more! Available for a limited time!
Cucurbita pepo var. turbinata, or the acorn squash: is roughly the shape of an acorn. However, on average, it is four to seven inches long.
The black Indian runner duck: stands erect much like a penguin and runs instead of waddling.
The Hackney horse: is often bred in United Kingdom especially for carriage driving.
The Cotentin donkey: is a domesticated breed from the Cotentin peninsula in the northwest region of France.
The Java chicken: is a breed that originated in the United States and is currently endangered.
Prunus subhirtella 'Autumnalis', or the Higan cherry tree: produces flowers of pale pink and small pea-sized black cherries.
Sterculiaceae Cola Vera, or the kola nut tree: produces small nuts that are eaten raw or used to flavor soda drinks.
Chorisia speciosa, or the floss silk tree: produces seed pods from which floss is extracted and used as stuffing in pillows.
A cola without any added ingredients. All you need is fresh water and kola nut.
A rich beverage concocted of kola nut and dark Higan cherries. Delicious and healthy.
A savory dessert flavored with fresh kola nut and topped with homemade ice cream. A favorite for any season.
A healthy meal that requires nothing but fresh acorn squash, creamy butter, and a few minutes in the kitchen.
A snack of thinly-sliced acorn squash sweetened and glazed to perfection with pure cane sugar.
A piping-hot supper of vegetable soup seasoned with fresh acorn squash.
A gorgeous wreath of Higan cherry branches and floss silk flowers. Perfect to adorn any autumn doorway.
An archway delicately sewn with branches of floss silk flowers. Such beauty needs no occasion.
A simple candle scented with dark Higan cherries. The perfect accompaniment to a bubble bath.