Kuini fruit is from the same species as the mango, but exudes a harmless sap having a strong resinous smell. This sap is poisonous, however, if the unripened fruits are eaten. Save Share1
Only fruits that are fully ripe should be eaten. The leaves vary in size from six to fourteen inches in length, and the flowers are strongly scented. The kuini is likely native to West Malaysia, where orchards are very common.Kuini Mango fruit plants in Kerala is available now.
Mature Height: 35–40 m
Sunlight: Full Sun
Fruit Color: green
skin Color : yellow
Botanical Name: Bouea macrophylla