Short description

Fruit trees from the heart of the Amazon: to protect the native forest and its biodiversity. Plants with strange names that support indigenous peoples by helping to preserve their rights and autonomy.
Eugenia, Shimbillo, Huicungo, Chimicua, Anona de monte, Umarí are the native forest fruit trees that we have chosen.

Our superpowers:

Fruit produced
Environmental protection
Type of trees:
Native fruit trees
Social impact:
Indigenous autonomy
unknown fruits

Did we win you over?

Where will they be planted?

In Peru, in the Peruvian Amazon. We plant several species of indigenous fruit trees with the aim of protecting and regenerating biodiversity, safeguarding indigenous culture and customs and ensuring the sustainable development of society and forests.

Find out how traceable and transparent we are

A unique QR code for each tree, yours different from all the others.

Each tree is identified by a unique QR code and ID that allow it to be tracked and monitored anywhere.

The precise location of your trees, from the greenhouse to the forest.

Through CHLOE you can trace every movement of your trees: from when they leave our nursery in Guatemala to the planting location.

Regular updating via automatic emails.

We send you 7 photo updates over 3 years. You will be able to monitor their blooming and witness the first fruit production.

Who do you plant itfor?

If it’s for you

If it's a gift

Within 24 hours after purchase you will receive a welcome email with the data of your trees.

The new trees will appear in your forest (which you find in your personal area) and you can immediately find out their GPS position.

You will receive the first photo update after about 50 days, and the next 6 updates over the next 3 years.

Check the box “it’s a gift”, enter the recipient’s details, the date and a personal message.
On the date you selected, the recipient will receive a welcome email with the data of the trees, your personal message and your signature.

Over the next three years the recipient will receive 7 photo updates of their trees. In each update the recipient will find your signature.
You will only receive an order confirmation email.


Let's get to know each other, even more in detail.
Eugenia, Shimbillo, Huicungo, Chimicua, Anona de monte, Umarí tree
Social impact:
Indigenous autonomy
Cultivation method:
Ecosystem service:
Food security and economic support

Why food security?

The trees are donated to indigenous communities who, while taking care of them, will benefit from the fruits produced and achieve food security.

Tracking and Transparency

All our planting activity is tracked and can be verified through CHLOE, our exclusive tracking system, which will allow you to follow your trees and monitor their growth.

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Fast growth
330 Kg of CO2 offset



Economic support
3 Kg/year of beans produced


Amazonia fruit trees

Food security
50 Kg/year of fruit produced


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