Have you ever wondered where chocolate comes from? Or how papayas grow? Did you know that used cardboard can be recycled as ground cover or that potatoes can really fly (well, not really but . . .)? Venture out to our Maya Farm and you will find answers to these perplexing questions and learn many other interesting facts about tropical plants and organic agriculture. There are over 60 different species of vegetables, herbs, and fruit trees in organic cultivation at the farm. Many vegetables with names like chaya, cassava, hicama, calaloo, and fruits called craboo, sour sop and mammey apple may be new to you. Come to the Maya Farm and you will see, feel and taste a cornucopia of tropical delights.