The Malayan Yellow Dwarf coconut is a popular variety in Malaysia, and is known for its sweet and nutty flavor. The coconut has a round shape, and the flesh is soft and tender. This variety produces coconuts after 3 or 4 years, and lives around 50 years on average. The coconuts are small in size and of oblong shape. Its nut weighs about 85gm with 65% oil content and is susceptible to drought.
- It produces around 80-100 nuts per palm per year.
- The Malaysian dwarf coconut is a relatively small variety of coconut palm, typically reaching heights of 6-8 meters (20-26 feet).
- The trunk of the Malaysian dwarf coconut is relatively slender, typically measuring around 20-30 cm (8-12 inches) in diameter. The trunk is also straight and smooth, with a light grey or greenish color.
- The leaves of the Malaysian dwarf coconut are long and feathery, with a light green color.
- The Malaysian dwarf coconut is known for its high yield of coconuts, which are typically medium-sized and green in color when young.
- The water content of the Malaysian dwarf coconut is relatively high, with a sweet, refreshing flavor. The flesh of the coconut is also tender and juicy, making it a popular ingredient in a variety of dishes and beverages.
- High in fiber.
- Rich in vitamins and minerals.
- Supports immune system.
- Promotes heart health.
- Boosts energy.
- Helps with weight management.
- Nourishes skin and hair.