Dimocarpus longan (soapberry longan)

Dimocarpus longan - It typically matures to 30-40' tall with spreading branches. Glossy, evergreen, leathery, wavy-edged, pinnate compound leaves, with each leaf having 6-10 narrow leaflets in opposite pairs. Small male or bi-sexual pale yellow to white flowers bloom in panicles in spring. Spherical, edible, single seeded, sweet and juicy, grape-sized fruits (3/4" diameter) in pendant clusters ripen to yellow-brown in summer to early fall. Family : Sapindaceae   

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Online since: February 9th 2018


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Dimocarpus longan (soapberry longan)

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