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Pulasan Fruits

About Pulasan Fruit plants


     The pulasan, Nephelium mutabile Blume (family Sapindaceae), is a tropical fruit closely allied to the rambutan and sometimes confused with it. It has various common names, including pulasan in English, Spanish and Malay, kapulasan in Indonesia, ngoh-khonsan in Thailand, and bulala or panungayan in the Philippines.


          The fruit is ovoid, 5-7.5 cm long, dark red, with its thick, leathery rind closely set with conical, blunt-tipped tubercles or thick, fleshy, straight spines, which are up to 1 cm long.Within is the glistening, white or yellowish-white flesh (aril) to 1 cm thick, more or less clinging to the thin, grayish-brown seedcoat (testa) which separates from the seed. The flavour is generally much sweeter than that of the rambutan. Pulasan fruit plants in Kerala

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Mature Height:  10 to 15 m.
Mature Width:   20-25 ft.
Sunlight:   Full Sun
Spacing:   26 to 33 feet
Growth Rate:  7 years
Drought Tolerance:   Good
Harvest Time:   various
Fruit Color:   Red
Year to Bear:   3 to 5 years
Chill Hours:   32째F - 45째F
Botanical Name:  Nephelium mutabile

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