Wedding Favour Seeds - Marula Tree - Sclerocarya Birrea Caffra - Indigenous South African Tree
The edible fruits and the multiple uses associated with almost all parts of the marula, make it one of southern Africa's most valued trees. The marula is a medium-sized to large deciduous tree with an erect trunk and rounded crown. It is one of the plants that played a role in feeding people in ancient times. The marula is widespread in Africa from Ethiopia in the north to KwaZulu-Natal in the south. In South Africa it is more dominant in the Baphalaborwa area in Limpopo. It occurs naturally in various types of woodland, on sandy soil or occasionally sandy loam. The fruit is edible, eaten either fresh or made into a delicious jelly. It also makes alcoholic beer known as Mukumbi by the Vhavenda people. A marula liqueur is available commercially. The white nut is highly nutritious and is eaten as it is or mixed with vegetables. Fruit-farming communities prefer planting a couple of these trees to attract pollinators to their farm in early spring.
Ideal as a wedding favour we can supply these seeds packed in our own bags (40mm x 60mm mini ziplock plastic bags) as per the below example
The seeds are large and make a visual impact.
Or the seeds can be supplied in a bulk packet for you to pack into your own personalised envelope / sachet / container.
A meaningful number of seeds to plant per guest would be 5 seeds.
Supplied in a bulk pack of 100 seeds or in a pack with 20 of our packs of 5 seeds.
Order as many as you need for the number of guests you are expecting.
Cost per guest / favour - From R6.75.