Grafted trees. Jaco Verde & Areleo.
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The Star Apple is known by many names including milk fruit, caimito, and abiaba. Originally from Central America and the Caribbean this tree is cultivated for its fruit and also as an ornamental. The tree features pleasing bi-colored leaves that are green on top and copper on the bottom. Its fruits are spherical and about the size of a tennis ball or baseball, have a soft, squishy, juicy pulp and a rind and skin that are astringent and produce a white latex. Flavors vary depending upon the variety but are similar to a combination of a sweet grape and a honeydew melon. The tree grows to a height of 20 meters tall and thrives in a tropical lowland climate.
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