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Maparang Fruit Plants (Bouea Macrophylla)

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Maparang Fruit, also known as Gandaria, Plum Mango, or Mango Plum (Bouea Macrophylla), is a delightful addition to the Southeast Asian fruit palette.

Common Names: Gandaria, Plum Mango, Mango Plum

Botanical Name: Bouea Macrophylla

General Information: Native to Southeast Asia.

Juicy, orange-colored flesh with a sweet or sweet-and-sour taste, reminiscent of mango and plum.

Belongs to the same family as the mango.

Health Benefits:

Excellent source of Vitamin C, Fiber, Beta-carotene

Packed with calcium, iron, and phosphorus.

Lowers cholesterol levels in the blood.

Regulates blood sugar levels and prevents scurvy disease.

Cultivation Details:

Bloom Time/Fruiting: 8-10 years.

Maintenance Required: Moderate.

Maparang not only tantalizes taste buds but also brings a wealth of nutritional benefits. From its vibrant orange flesh to its health-boosting properties, this fruit adds a touch of tropical delight to the Southeast Asian culinary landscape.

Planting and Care

Keep the plant consistently damp, avoid watering too much, add a good layer of mulch around the roots, feed twice yearly with an organic fertiliser.

Special Feature

Maprang seeds reveal high levels of carbohydrates, dietary fiber, energy, potassium, phosphorus, magnesium, and calcium.


Mature Maprang mangoes are eaten fresh out of hand. Regionally, this fruit can be made into a compote or used in sambal and rojak. The leaves of the Maprang tree are edible and can be added to salads or served alongside vegetables.