Skip to product information
1 of 12


Rambutan Fruit Live Plants (Nephelium Lappaceum)

Regular price 450.00
Regular price Sale price Rs. 450.00
Sale Sold out
Plant Type

Rambutan/ Pouteria Caimito originates in Malaysia, where it also got its name: “Rambut” in Malay means “hair. Its peel is covered with lumps, actually modified spines, with the appearance of curved and reddish hair. This fruit is related to lychee, mamoncillo, and longan. It is mainly in those areas that it is consumed.

Rambutan is small, oval, and delightful, with a certain resemblance to a grape pulp.   

It has the potential as a therapeutic agent to treat Cancers and Obesity and is also used in smoothies, cocktails, puddings, fruit salads, and beverages. The seeds can produce make a cocoa butter-like substance, which may be used to produce soap and candy.

Common Name: Hairy Fruit 

Botanical Name: Pouteria Caimito

Bloom Time/Fruiting: 4-5 Years

Maintenance Required: Moderate

Planting and Care

The Rambutan is a tropical tree native to Southeast Asia, which grows mainly in hot climates and offers an exotic fruit of the same name.

Special Feature

it contains gallic acid, a natural phenolic with antiviral, fungicidal, and antioxidant properties, thus preventing premature ageing.


It produces red and white blood cells because of copper and manganese. And useful in anti ageing. In healthy adults, two rambutan fruits will suffice to meet their daily vitamin C requirements. Rambutan is high in dietary fibres, which help to maintain normal bowel movement after a heavy meal. The calcium in rambutan fruit is absorbed by the body's bones, assisting in the maintenance of adequate bone density for day-to-day functioning and unrestricted movement.