Smallish orange-brown fruit with fuzzy skin and a nice subacid taste. Fruits are popular in some parts of Asia.
Seeds are not available for the Kwai Muk. Please visit our seed store to view current selections. Seeds were last available in November 2015.
Medium sized tree to 20-50ft. It is usually fairly slow-growing. The tree is very ornamental, with pretty, glossy green leaves. The bark contains a milky latex. Male and female flowers are borne on the same tree. Fruits ripen in late summer and early fall, and often ripen seedless.
Trees are reasonably hardy, surviving to at least 26F, with some specimens standing brief drops even a few degrees lower.
Grow in full sun. Water regularly.
Fruits are usually eaten raw and are also dried and eaten.
Southern China, where it is also occasionally grown commercially. Local Adaptation Florida - Grows well in warmer, mostly frost-free parts of Florida.
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