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Varigated Fruits

About Varigated Fruits

Abiu Fruit

Variegation is the appearance of differently coloured zones in the leaves, and sometimes the stems, of plants. Variegated leaves occur rarely in nature. Species with variegated individuals are sometimes found in the understory of tropical rainforests, and this habitat is the source of a number of variegated house plants. The term is also sometimes used to refer to colour zonation in flowers, minerals, and the skin, fur, feathers or scales of animals.n underbark.

                      Variegation is due to the presence of two kinds of plant tissue, propagating the plant must be by a vegetative method of propagation that preserves both types of tissue in relation to each other. Typically, stem cuttings, bud and stem grafting, and other propagation methods that results in growth from leaf axil buds will preserve variegation. Varigated Fruit Plants in Kerala is now available in our farms.




Variegated Gooseberry

The Indian gooseberry (Emblica officinalis, or amla) is light green and extremely bitter. The Cape gooseberry - sometimes called a Peruvian cherry - is yellow-orange and surrounded by a paper-thin husk that falls off as it dries.


Variegated Pomelo

The Pomelo is roughly globular to oblate in shape and varies in size and color. Its peel is overwhelmingly thick with a cotton-textured pith. Though the peel is easily removed, it can grow up to five inches deep.


Variegated Sapote

The variegated variety of Calamondin has marbled green and yellow leaves and striped green and yellow fruit that eventually matures to orange. Each lime is one inch across and round or oblate in shape. Although Calamondins claim kumquat parentage, their rinds are inedible and bitter.


Variegated Orange

The variegation is most noticeable when the fruit is unripe because the areas without chlorophyll stand out as yellow against the green stripes.As the fruit ripens and looses the green color, the fruit turns uniformly orange.


Variegated Water Apple

The fragrant flesh is white or pink, and extremely juicy, somewhat like watermelon or an Asian pear. The flavor is on the sweet side, with notes of rose, though very mild. Usually there are no seeds, although some fruits may have a few.


Variegated Guava

Fruit is medium size, pear-shaped, variegated (white/green striped) outside when unripe, turning bright yellow when ripe. The flesh is pink, very aromatic, sweet and delicious, and contains only a few seeds that separate from pulp easily. This variety is resistant to insects and worms.