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Parartocarpus venenosa

Parartocarpus venenosa

An extremely rare Artocarpus relative bearing a lumpy looking fruit with spiny, green-yellow skin. Fruits have orange flesh with a sweet and sour flavor. Overall appearance (though much, much smaller) is reminiscent of the jackfruit and other Artocarpus relatives.

Seed Availability

Seeds are not available for the Parartocarpus venenosa. Please visit our seed store to view current selections. Seeds were last available in August 2015.

Description

Unknown.

Hardiness

Unknown.

Growing Environment

Thrives in a humid, tropical environment.

Propagation

By seeds.

Uses

Fruits can be eaten fresh.

Native Range

Native to southeast Asia.

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