Skip to product information
1 of 3


Alupag fruit Plants (Dimocarpus Didyma)

Regular price 1,400.00
Regular price Sale price Rs. 1,400.00
Sale Sold out
Plant Ttype

Common Name: Alupag, Also known as Lychee.

Botanical Name: Dimocarpus Didyma.

Geographical Distribution: Found throughout Southeast Asia.

Fruit Description: Compared to longan, it has bumpier skin, The fruit is appreciated in its native range, with Whitish and semi-transparent flesh., Large black seed at the center., Delicious and juicy taste. Warty, rough peel with a brownish and globular appearance.

Uses: Fruits are mainly consumed fresh and are known for their excellent taste.

The whitish, semi-transparent flesh is wrapped around a large black seed.

Fruits can also be dried and canned. The wood is utilized for lumber or furniture making.

Cultivation Details:

Bloom Time/Fruiting: 3-4 years.

Maintenance Required: Moderate.

Alupag stands out not only for its distinctive appearance but also for its delightful taste. Whether enjoyed fresh or processed, this fruit has made its mark in the diverse tapestry of Southeast Asian flora.

Planting and Care

Alupag is a fruit of tropical climate but it also adapts itself to subtropical climate. The trees seem to prefer well drained fertile land. This fruit has been noticed to be sensitive to the use of chemical fertilizers.

Special Feature

Contain several healthy minerals, vitamins, and antioxidants, such as potassium, copper, vitamin C, epicatechin, and rutin. These may help protect against heart disease, cancer, and diabetes.


Alupag fruits are mostly consumed fresh and have an excellent taste. The fruits are however, also dried and canned. The wood is used for lumber or furniture making.