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.
The fruits, on 1/4 to 1/2 in (0.6-1.25 cm) stalks, sling in ostentatious, loose clusters of more than a few strands. With five imperceptible, light ridges widening a short distance down from the apex, the Wampee may be conical- oblong, or round, up to 1 in (2.5 cm) long. Although the rind of the fruit gives the impression of skinny and pliable, they are tough, however easily peeled.
Fruit Color : yellowish-white
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