FRUITS

 

  

  

Finger Lime have an uncanny resemblance to the world's most famous delicacy, except this caviar is bursting with unrivaled citrus taste That mouth-popping experience works wonders for salads, desserts and just about anything your curious culinary mind can conjure up

  

  

Indigenous to Southeast Asia, Clausena lansium having its roots in the family Rutaceae is also known as Wampee Clausena wampi is a species of powerfully fragranced evergreen tree that grows up to 3-8 m tall Tolerant to various external elements, the tree thrives in a wide range of soil, however, they are said to grow their best in rich loam

  

  

Yellow mombin is an elegant, deciduous tree with a dense, spreading crown; it can reach an eventual height of 25 metres, though 10 - 15 metres is more likely The bole can be 60cm or more in diameter with a thick, corky bark The plant is widely cultivated in tropical areas, especially the Americas, for its edible fruit

  

  

The longan tree is an evergreen tropical tree that is native to south east Asia, and it bears edible fruit It is a close relative of the lychee, which it resembles It is a decorative tree, with glossy foliage, a dense canopy and corky furrowed bark

  

  

Widely cultivated in tropical and subtropical regions around the world, guava fruits can range in size from as small as an apricot to as large as a grapefruit Various cultivars have white, pink, or red flesh, and a few also feature red (instead of green or yellow) skin Mexican guava When cultivated from seed, guavas are notable for an extremely slow growth rate for several months, before a very rapid acceleration in growth rate takes over

  

  

The Strawberry Guava is a sub-variety of the Peruvian Guava This cherry-sized fruit is a beautiful dark red when fully ripe and has a tart flavour reminiscent of plum and strawberry, with a spicy hint of cinnamon or nutmeg The Yellow Cherry Guava, sometimes called the Lemon Guava or (confusingly) the Yellow Strawberry Guava

  

  

Widely cultivated in tropical and subtropical regions around the world, guava fruits can range in size from as small as an apricot to as large as a grapefruit Various cultivars have white, pink, or red flesh, and a few also feature red (instead of green or yellow) skin When cultivated from seed,Egyptian guavas are notable for an extremely slow growth rate for several months, before a very rapid acceleration in growth rate takes over

  

  

Guavas fruit plant are a tropical superfruit originating in Central America They are oval in shape with light green or yellow skin and contain edible seeds They are amazingly rich in antioxidants, vitamin C, potassium and fiber

  

  

Guavas singular guava are common tropical fruits cultivated and enjoyed in many tropical and subtropical regions Psidium guajava is a small tree in the Myrtle family (Myrtaceae), native to Mexico, Central America, and northern South America

  

  

Tropical fruit having yellow skin and pink pulp; eaten fresh or used for eg jellies

  

  

A guava is a round yellow tropical fruit with pink or white flesh and hard seeds Neelum during June and survival was highest (7667%) in Puliyan grafted with Banganapalli during

  

  

Farang is also the Thai word for the guava fruit, introduced by Portuguese traders over 400 years ago, which of course can lead to jokes when western foreigners are seen eating a guava in ThailandThe name gives away the fact that guavas are not native to Thailand

  

  

Variegated guava has pink color fleshIf contented as long as it keep producing healthy variegated leaves and having fruits is a bonus A small round white spot at distal end of median cell; distal area with a transverse series of ill-defined longitudinal black dashes; cilia variegated

  

  

The Yellow Strawberry guava is very adaptable and can be grown outdoors throughout much of Florida and California It will fruit in a container almost anywhere if protected from hard freezes Trees grow well in full sun and with water, although short periods of drought will not harm the plant

  

  

Red American Guava tree is a tropical evergreen shrub In fact, guava is a large berry which is round or oval in shape with light green or light yellow skin The colour of its flesh varies from white or pink to dark red and has edible seeds

  

  

Egyptian Guava are small trees or shrubs with leathery leaves and a bark that peels easily from the branches They are native to tropical Africa The fruits are pear shaped, ripening from green to yellow to white

  

  

The Brazilian guava is a relatively slow-growing shrub 3 to 10 ft (1-3 m) tall; sometimes a tree to 23 ft (7 m); with grayish bark, hairy young shoots and cylindrical or slightly flattened branchlets The evergreen, grayish leaves, 1 1/3 to 5 1/2 (35-14 cm)

  

  

It's the fruit Mexico gifted to the world The two to five inch long round or oval bundle of white or red flesh, gift wrapped in a thick hide of green that soon caught the people's imagination and tickled their taste buds when the conquistadors introduced it to the rest of the world Buy Now

  

  

The highly ornamental tree is slender, erect, usually to 25 or 35 ft (75-105 m) high, short-trunked and heavily foliaged with opposite, oblong-oval leaves 3 1/2 to 5 in (9-16 cm) long, 2 3/8 in (5-6 cm) wide, with recurved margin; glossy, thick, leathery, and minutely pitted on both surfaces

  

  

Entawak is an evergreen mid-canopy tree; it can grow up to 45 metres tall The straight, cylindrical bole can be up to 90cm in diameter with spreading buttresses up to 250cm high The edible fruit is greatly appreciated in the plant's native range, where it is often harvested from the wild and also occasionally cultivated Undisturbed or slightly disturbed mixed dipterocarp forests at elevations up to 700 metres