Malayan wax apple from Myrtaceae family. It is a tropical tree and it can’t grow in cooler regions. The tree can grow upto 12–18 m in height if planted directly in the ground. The fruit is oblong-shaped and dark red in colour, although some varieties have white/pink skins. The flesh is white and surrounds a large seed. The ripe fruit is eaten as raw. Jam is prepared by stewing the flesh with brown sugar and ginger.
Wax apple is a flowering plant belonging to the family of Myrtaceae. It is also commonly known as Java apple, rose apple, and wax jambu. It is a tropical fruit that grows in south-east Asia, including southern India, Thailand, Indonesia, and Malaysia. The fruit is small to medium-sized. The skin color varies from green to red, and sometimes to pink or white. The flesh is crisp and juicy, and has a mildly sweet flavor with a hint of rose water.
- The tree can grow up to 12–18 m in height.
- The fruit is dark red in color and oblong-shaped.
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