Water Apple Red, Jambu, , Love Apple (Grafted) - Plant
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The tree may reach 10 or even 32 ft (3-10 m); has a short, crooked trunk branching close to the ground, and a nonsymmetrical, open crown. The opposite leaves, on very short, thick petioles, are obovate- or elliptic-oblong, cordate at the base and clasping the twig; blunt and notched or short-pointed at the apex; 2 to 10 in (5-25 cm) long, 1 to 6 3/8 in (2.5-16 cm) wide; dull, light-green above, yellowish-green beneath; leathery; not aromatic or only slightly so when crushed. Flowers, faintly fragrant, are home in loose terminal or axillary clusters of 3 to 7, mostly hidden by the foliage.
Water apple, water rosy apple, jambu
The water apple occurs naturally from southern India to eastern Malaysia. It is commonly cultivated in India, southeastern Asia, and Indonesia.
The water apple is suited only to low altitudes in the tropics and areas where there is rainfall fairly well spaced throughout the year.
|Botanical name||Syzygium samarangense|
|Climatic condition||Tropical to sub tropical|
|Fertilizer use||Organic manure|
|Uses||served sliced in salads.|