Thenvaricka (Jack fruit)


Genus                                   :             Tubi

The Thenvaricka jackfruit plant is an excellent choice for those who want to grow their own jackfruits at home. With its deliciously sweet and tropical-flavored fruits, this plant will be a delightful addition to your garden. Enjoy the satisfaction of harvesting fresh and nutritious jackfruits from your very own Thenvaricka jackfruit plant.

Thenvaricka, commonly known as Jackfruit, is a tropical fruit-bearing tree that is native to the Indian subcontinent, including India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, and Nepal. It is a large, evergreen tree that belongs to the Moraceae family, and is known for its distinctive appearance, unique flavor, and versatility in culinary and non-culinary uses.

The Thenvaricka tree can grow to be quite large, reaching heights of up to 20-30 meters, with a dense and spreading canopy. The leaves are leathery, glossy, and dark green in color, and can be quite large, measuring up to 9-12 inches in length. The tree produces separate male and female flowers, which are small and inconspicuous, with the female flowers being larger and located on the trunk and branches.

The fruit of the Thenvaricka tree is the largest tree-borne fruit in the world, weighing up to 50 kilograms or more. The fruit is oblong or oval in shape, with a thick and spiky rind that is green when unripe and turns yellowish-brown or brown when ripe. The rind is composed of hexagonal segments that are joined together, and it is known for its distinctive appearance.

The flesh of the Thenvaricka fruit is composed of numerous individual “bulbs” or “florets”, which are yellow or orange in color, and each bulb contains a seed. The bulbs are sweet and tropical in flavor, with a unique taste that is often described as a combination of pineapple, banana, and mango. The texture of the ripe fruit is soft and custard-like, making it suitable for a wide range of culinary preparations.

Thenvaricka is widely used in culinary traditions in many tropical regions, including India, Southeast Asia, and Africa. The bulbs can be eaten raw or cooked, and are used in a variety of dishes, including desserts, curries, stews, and snacks. The seeds are also edible and can be roasted, boiled, or used in other culinary applications.

In addition to its culinary uses, Thenvaricka has several non-culinary uses as well. The wood of the tree is durable and termite-resistant, and is used in the construction of buildings, furniture, and crafts. The leaves are used as fodder for livestock, and the tree produces latex, which is used in the production of rubber.

Thenvaricka is considered a highly nutritious fruit, rich in carbohydrates, dietary fiber, and various vitamins and minerals, including vitamin C, potassium, and magnesium. It is also a good source of antioxidants and phytonutrients, which have been linked to various health benefits, such as improved digestion, immune function, and heart health.

Overall, Thenvaricka, or Jackfruit, is a unique and versatile tropical fruit with a distinctive tree, known for its delicious flavor and culinary versatility, as well as its non-culinary uses and nutritional benefits


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