Durland's Pouteria fruit Plant (Pouteria durlandii)
Common Name: Durland's Pouteria, Durland's Abiu
Botanical Name: Pouteria Durlandii
Native Region: Specific regions of Brazil, including the Atlantic Forest and Corrado biomes.
Fruit Characteristics: The fruits of Pouteria durlandii are relatively large, measuring between 5 to 6 cm in size, and they are known for their delicious and sweet flavour with no noticeable acidity or bitterness. They typically contain one to four seeds.
Bloom Time/Fruiting: Pouteria durlandii typically begins fruiting around 3 to 4 years after planting.
Maintenance Required: Moderate maintenance is needed for cultivating Pouteria durlandii.