When Jackfruit is ripe, it can be eaten fresh or made into various tasty delicacies.
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The tree of the Jackfruit can grow up to 25 metres tall. Plants generally like warm, sunny, humid conditions and well-drained soils. Dry soils should be avoided. Fruits are melon-shaped or oblong and can grow to be very large with weight ranging from 10-35 pounds. The fruit skin is prickly as it is covered with hard cone-like knobs. Pale green immature fruits ripen to greenish-yellow or brown with a soft custard-yellow inner flesh. Ripe unopened fruits have an offensive aroma while the aromatic pulp smells like banana or pineapple. Unripened fruits may be prepared like a vegetable. Ripened fruits may be eaten fresh or cooked in deserts. Seeds may be boiled and roasted. Fruits can be seen April to August.


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Artocarpus heterophyllus

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La Pastora Plant Propagating Station Santa Cruz

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