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Yellow Nance Fruit Plants (Byrsonima Crassifolia)

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Plant Type

Common Names: Nance Fruit Tree, Also known as Craboo, Nanche, Golden Spoon, Yellow Cherry, and Golden Cherry.

Botanical Name: Byrsonima crassifolia.

General Information: Native to Central and South America. Found growing from the southern tip of Mexico through the Pacific side of Central America and into Peru and Brazil.

Nance fruits grow in clusters on large shrubs., The fruit changes from green to yellow-red as it ripens. It has a unique sweet flavor, often described as mildly cheese-like or a combination of banana, lychee, and pear. The fruit contains an oily white pulp that surrounds 1 to 3 small, inedible white seeds.

Health Benefits:

Nance fruits are rich in Vitamin C. They also provide essential minerals such as Calcium and Phosphorus.

The fruits are a good source of dietary fiber. The unripened fruit and the bark contain Tannins and Oxalic acid. Nance fruit is a good source of vitamin C, dietary fiber, and antioxidants.

Consuming Nance fruit may help reduce the risk of serious health conditions like cancer, stroke, and heart disease. The fruit is also a source of Manganese.

Cultivation Details:

Bloom Time/Fruiting: 3-4 Years.

Maintenance Required: Moderate.

Planting and Care

Valued for their drought resistant properties, the trees thrive in both tropical and subtropical climates and prefer sandy and rocky soils. It is highly drought-tolerant, but not very cold hardy.

Special Feature

Nance is loaded with minerals and vitamins such as Vitamin K, Vitamin C, thiamine, Vitamin E, riboflavin, pathogenic acid, niacin, folate, and manganese. The fruit is an excellent source of soluble dietary fibre, protein, iron, fat, carotene, and phosphorus.


Nance fruit can be eaten raw or cooked. You can also make a smoothie or dice it into a fruit salad.