Genus : Lansium

The Langsat Fruit Plant is a true gem for fruit enthusiasts looking to add something exotic to their garden. This tropical tree is known for its clusters of small, round fruits that have a delightful blend of sweetness and tanginess. Each bite is a burst of tropical flavor that will transport you to sunny paradise. The Langsat Fruit Plant is easy to grow and adapts well to various climates. Its glossy foliage and attractive fruit clusters make it a stunning addition to any garden or landscape. Don’t miss the opportunity to enjoy the unique and delicious langsat fruit right from your own backyard!

Langsat (Lansium domesticum) is a tropical fruit tree that is native to Southeast Asia. It is known for its sweet and juicy fruit that is similar in taste to grapes or lychees. Langsat trees can grow up to 30 meters tall in their native habitat, but they are usually kept smaller when grown in a domestic setting.

The Langsat tree produces clusters of small, white, fragrant flowers that are followed by oval-shaped fruit with a thin, yellowish-brown skin and white, translucent flesh. The fruit is usually ready for harvest in late summer to early autumn.

Langsat trees prefer warm, tropical climates with high humidity and rainfall. They are not tolerant of frost and require well-drained soil and plenty of sunlight to grow. Proper pruning and training can help keep the tree at a manageable size and increase its productivity.

When choosing a Langsat tree, consider the variety that you want to grow. Some popular varieties include Duku, Longkong, and Rambutan. Consider also the size of the tree, as Langsat trees can be dwarf, semi-dwarf, or standard, depending on the variety and rootstock. Dwarf trees are ideal for small gardens or containers, while standard trees are best for larger gardens or orchards.


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