Hard, gray, woody skinned fruit with brownish pulp and an acid sweet pulp.
Slow growing tree. Fruits are round, woody, a bit like the bael fruit in appearance.
Unknown, but reportedly not frost hardy.
Grows best in wet climates that also have a dry season.
Usually by seed. Seedling trees take up to 15 years to being bearing fruit.
Eaten fresh. Fruits have some popularity in parts of India.
Native to dry areas of India. The wood apple is sometimes cultured in parts of southeast Asia.