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Wampee Fruit Plants (Clausena Lansium)

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Plant Type

Wampee Fruit (Clausena Lansium) - Fool's Curry Leaf

Family Name: Rutaceae.

Common Names: Fool's Curry Leaf, Wampee, Huang Pi, Wampi, Uampi, Hong Bi, Som-ma-fai.

General Information:

Origins: Popular in China, Vietnam, the Philippines, Malaysia, and Indonesia.

Fruit Appearance: Grape-sized, fragrant citrus.

Taste: Both tart and sweet.

Edibility: Skin is edible, and has a citrus flavor.

Center: Similar feel to a grape.

Medicine Benefits:

Cleanses the respiratory system. Aids digestion. Traditional Saying: "Lychees are best when you are hungry, wampees when you are full."

Cultivation Details:

Bloom Time/Fruiting: 3-6 Years.

Maintenance Required: Moderate.

The Wampee Fruit, also known as Fool's Curry Leaf, is distinct within the citrus family. It is valued for its unique taste, and in Chinese medicine, it is believed to offer respiratory and digestive benefits. The fruit is widely cultivated in several Asian countries. 

Planting and Care

These trees are tolerant of a wide range of soils but prefer rich loam. Soil should be fertile and well-draining and supplemental water needs to be given in hot periods.

Special Feature

They are rich in vitamin C. The fruit appears to be beneficial in reducing digestive ailments, increasing appetite and deworming.


It is best to eat fresh Wampee fruits. When fully ripe, the flesh of the sweeter variety is very sweet and refreshing. Add meat to desserts, cakes, curries, drinks, and jams.