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South america

  1. 1. Martha VasquezWORKSHOP 3
  2. 2.  Açaí palm Brasil
  3. 3. Rio de Janeiro,Brazil
  4. 4. SANTIAGO, CHILE.  Palo borracho (drunken tree).
  5. 5. BUENOS AIRES,ARGENTINA
  6. 6. Argentina can be dividedinto 4 zones. In the north ofthe subtropical lowlands inthe east and center of thePampas, in southernPatagonia and Tierra delFuego and in the west theAndes. The Pampa is aslarge as France. The northand center are moist, southand west are dry.
  7. 7. NOTHOFAGUS BETULOIDES IS A SOUTHAMERICAN TREE SPECIES THAT INHABITS THESOUTH OF ARGENTINA AND CHILE.
  8. 8. ARGENTINA’S SHOES
  9. 9. Asuncion, Paraguay
  10. 10. ASUNCION, PARAGUAYLatin Name: Myrciaria spp. There are four species whose fruit is called jaboticaba.Type: TreeNative to: Brazil, Bolivia, Paraguay, and Northern ArgentinaFruit: The round jaboticaba fruits range in size from .25-1.5". They can range in color from green to dark purple. Thepulp inside is white or pink.Size: These trees grow from 10-40 tall.Hardiness: Can grow in Zones 9b-11Propagation: Grafting, seeds (trees from seed can take up to 15 years to start producing fruit, so grafting ispreferred.)Uses: The jaboticaba is eaten fresh or made into jellies, jams, and juices. They should be peeled to lessen theamount of tannin.
  11. 11. LIMA, PERU
  12. 12. LIMA, PERU
  13. 13. LIMA, PERU

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