Giant Jackfruit Tree (artocarpus heterophyllus)

The largest of all tree-borne fruits, jackfruit may grow up to 3 feet long and as large as 20 inches wide with scaled weights anywhere from 10 to 110 pounds! Jackfruit rind is yellow when ripe and is covered in numerous cone-like points. Upon ripening, unopened jackfruit emits a strong odor, while the inner pulp smells of banana and pineapples. This well behaved stately tree reaching heights of 30 to 50 feet at maturity. The canopy is comprised of rich green, glossy, leather like leaves that can grow to 9 inches in length. Flowering occurs on short twigs that emerge from the trunk and large branches.

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