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Hairy Brown Uvaria Fruit Plant (Uvaria Hirsuta Jack )

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Plant Type

Uvaria Hirsuta Jack - Overview:

Common Name: Wild Rambutan, Daun Cermai

Botanical Name: Uvaria Hirsuta Jack

General Information:

Type: Rare, unique-looking evergreen woody climber

Native To: Myanmar, Peninsular Malaysia, and Singapore

Woody and slender climber, growing 5–15 m long

Cylindrical, orange, hairy fruits (2–3.5 cm long) with a sweet taste

Each fruit contains egg-shaped seeds lined in 2 rows

Grows well in fertile loamy soils, well-drained soils, and moist soils

Cultivation Information:

Bloom Time/Fruiting: 2 to 3 Years

Maintenance Required: Moderate

Uvaria Hirsuta Jack, commonly known as Wild Rambutan, is a rare and distinctive evergreen climber. With its unique cylindrical, orange, and hairy fruits, it adds a touch of novelty to its habitat. The sweet taste of its fruits and adaptability to various soil types make it an interesting and valuable plant. Given its moderate maintenance requirements, it could be a fascinating addition to gardens or landscapes.