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Willughbeia coriacea

Willughbeia coriacea

An extremely rare Bornean jungle liana bearing yellow-orange fruits having delicious orange pulp that tastes like orange sherbet. Like all of the Willughbeia's, this fruit is virtually unknown anywhere in the world.

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Description

A large liana, growing to many feet. Reportedly quite productive in its native range, with single plants bearing hundreds of fruits.

Hardiness

Unknown, likely not frost or freeze hardy.

Growing Environment

Thrives in a humid, jungle environment.

Propagation

By seeds.

Uses

Fruits can be eaten fresh.

Native Range

Native to Borneo.

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