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Lai / Lay / Durio Kutejensis
Lai / Durio Kutejensis is a fruit plant similar to durian. This species is also known by several other names, such as yellow durian, tinggang durian, pulu durian, nyekak, segment, sekawi, pekawai and others, with the scientific name Durio kutejensis.
This type of durian has a characteristic that it does not emit a pungent odor from the fruit like durian in general.
Elai has many differences with durian including color, aroma, and taste.
The color of the yellow flesh, which is slightly orange in color, is the striking difference between elai and durian. In addition, the size of the elai fruit is also smaller.
In addition to its smaller size, lai also has a short stalk. If the lai is still raw, the stalks will be green to yellowish in color. However, the color of the stalk will turn yellow to brown when it is fully ripe.
From the tree side, lai and durian have the same tree shape. However, the size of the leaves for lai is larger and thicker. The leaves can reach 20-25 cm and 5-7 cm wide
Not only from the leaves, other flowers are also quite large. In addition, the color of the flowers also varies, such as pink to dark red
In terms of taste, elai fruit has a different taste from durian fruit. While the texture of the flesh of the fruit is also denser and dry than the durian fruit. And the aroma of elai fruit is not too strong.
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Limpasu (Baccaurea lanceolata)
Limpasu, Not many people know this spleen plant (Baccaurea lanceolata) that comes from Kalimantan. Wikipedia states that this plant comes from the genus Baccaurea, belonging to the Phyllanthaceae family.
Lempaung [Baccaurea lanceolate] is a plant that is commonly found in the forests of Sumatra and Kalimantan. It also grows on slopes and riverbanks. The fruit is sour, but dense all year round.
In various regions, this plant has various names. In Sumatra, people call it lempaong, langsat forest, and tegeiluk [Mentawai]. In Kalimantan it is called spleen, ampusu, tamarind pauh, empaong, lampaong, lampawong, lampong, legau fruit, lipasu, nipassu, kalampusu, to lempahong. While in Java, the name is lingso.
Lempaung is a plant in the form of a tree with a height of 330 m, and a diameter of 560 cm, has 2 houses, with buttressed stems. Young shoots are green to grey-green and brown when dry, branching is terminal and weak. The indumentum has a single hair, while the bark is gray to yellowish, some are greenish-white when fresh. Papagan gray to pale brown, gray when dry, 0.23 mm thick, soft, scaly, sometimes smooth; inner bark is pale brown to white, gray, and yellow, 23.5 mm thick. The heart of the wood is slightly brownish yellowish.
Leaves single, alternate, spirally arranged, spirally arranged; the base of the leaf edge usually contains glands, the leaf blade is oval to round breech. Male and female inflorescences attached to the stem (cauline), some clustered in abundance. Flowers are arranged along the inflorescence, the color is yellow-reddish, or light brown-whitish, petals, stamens and staminodium numbering 3-5, breech-ovoid to scoop and slightly clustered. The number of flowers is 20-25, the color is brownish yellowish-reddish. Number of petals 4-5, shape ovoid to breech, easily shed; corolla 28, reducing; ovary rounded, bear 3 or 4; anthers reddish to yellow. The fruit is rounded to oblong, with 1-4 seeds, purplish or green when it is young, when it is ripe it is green, yellowish, whitish, grayish, brown. The seeds are indented.






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Baccaurea polyneura
Baccaurea polyneura is a species of plant in the family Phyllanthaceae. It is native to Peninsular Malaysia, and Sumatra island of Indonesia. The fruit, called jentik, is edible, if sour, and is locally harvested and sold. When unripe, the fruit takes on an evergreen color with its dioecious tree growing up to 11-32 meters in height. When ripe and fresh, the fruit takes a more bark brown to white brown to red brown. As it dries, it appears brown.
Baccaurea polyneura grows in the wild on sand, clay, loam and granite soils. It flowers and fruit all year old. As a dioecious plant, it requires both a male and female counterpart to be grown to cultivate fruit and seed.






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CHUPA FRUIT
Rare Sapodilla with Fruity Taste Like Melon
As the name implies, Peruvian sapote is a fruit plant originating from Peru, in Indonesia many call it Peruvian sapodilla
Another name for Peruvian sapote is cupa-cupa, the mother tree of which you can find in the middle of the Peruvian lowland rainforest.
However, this plant can also be found in Ecuador and also around the Brazilian Amazon river
This fruit has a taste similar to a mixture of mango and melon
In Indonesia this fruit is still relatively rare and not many people know and cultivate this plant
For the size of sapodilla fruit, Peruvian sapote has a fairly large fruit size weighing up to 300-800 grams.
The skin of the fruit is thick, rough, with a greenish brown color, and has fine hairs
The flesh is yellow-orange, soft, juicy and fibrous. The taste of Peruvian sapote is very sweet like a mix between manga and melon flavors
For those of you who want to cultivate this plant, you don't need to worry because you can regulate the growth of sapodilla by yourself by doing regular pruning so that the tree doesn't grow too high.










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Kepel fruit or burahol (Stelechocarpus burahol)
Kepel fruit or burahol (Stelechocarpus burahol) is a table fruit-producing tree which is the flora of the identity of the Special Region of Yogyakarta. Kepel fruit is favored by the daughters of palaces in Java because it is believed to make sweat smell good and make urine not smell sharp.

Kepel tree has a height of up to 25 m with a trunk diameter of up to 40 cm. On the bark there are bumps. These lumps are former places for flowers and fruit because the flowers and fruit of the kepel do appear on tree trunks instead of on the tops of twigs or branches.

Kepel leaves are single, tapered with a length of between 12 27 cm and a width of 5 9 cm. Kepel leaf color is dark green. Flowers unisexual, fragrant. Male flowers are found on the upper stem or old branches in clusters of 8 to 16. Meanwhile, female flowers are only found on the lower stem.

Kepel fruit grows to fill the tree trunk. Kepel fruit shape is oval round with a slightly tapered base. The color of the Kepel fruit is slightly grayish brown, and when it is old it will turn dark brown. The flesh is slightly yellowish to brown in color and wraps around a fairly large seed. Sweet Kepel fruit taste.

Kepel or Burahol trees are spread across Southeast Asia from Malaysia, Indonesia to the Solomon Islands and even Australia. In Indonesia, especially in Java, Kepel Trees are getting rare and rare. Kepel trees can grow in secondary forest habitats found in the lowlands to an altitude of 600 meters above sea level.

The ripe fruit is eaten fresh. It is said that the flesh is orange and contains fruit juice that gives a scent like roses mixed with sapodilla fruit on bodily excretions (such as urine, sweat and breath). In medicine, the fruit flesh functions as a laxative for urine, prevents inflammation of the kidneys and causes (temporary) infertility in women. So, this kepel was used by noble women as perfume and birth control in Java






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Re: Selling Durio Kutejensis Seed
« Reply #1 on: April 02, 2023, 10:03:57 AM »
Hi,

Just in case anyone has doubts about purchasing stuff because rareforestplant is a new seller in the forum.

I ordered mangifera and kutejensis seeds when they first posted - kutejensis was already listed in the web store that time but not mentioned in the posting.

The seeds I ordered and some extras arrived via EMS, very well packed, and pajang and all the kutejensis seeds had already sprouted in the package.

Recommended!




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Re: Selling Durio Kutejensis Seed
« Reply #2 on: April 02, 2023, 05:07:03 PM »
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« Reply #3 on: April 03, 2023, 05:10:53 PM »
Lai / Lay / Durio Kutejensis
Lai / Durio Kutejensis is a fruit plant similar to durian. This species is also known by several other names, such as yellow durian, tinggang durian, pulu durian, nyekak, segment, sekawi, pekawai and others, with the scientific name Durio kutejensis.
This type of durian has a characteristic that it does not emit a pungent odor from the fruit like durian in general.
Elai has many differences with durian including color, aroma, and taste.
The color of the yellow flesh, which is slightly orange in color, is the striking difference between elai and durian. In addition, the size of the elai fruit is also smaller.
In addition to its smaller size, lai also has a short stalk. If the lai is still raw, the stalks will be green to yellowish in color. However, the color of the stalk will turn yellow to brown when it is fully ripe.
From the tree side, lai and durian have the same tree shape. However, the size of the leaves for lai is larger and thicker. The leaves can reach 20-25 cm and 5-7 cm wide
Not only from the leaves, other flowers are also quite large. In addition, the color of the flowers also varies, such as pink to dark red
In terms of taste, elai fruit has a different taste from durian fruit. While the texture of the flesh of the fruit is also denser and dry than the durian fruit. And the aroma of elai fruit is not too strong.
#durio #duriokutejensis #elai #lay #pekawan








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Lai / Lay / Durio Kutejensis
Lai / Durio Kutejensis is a fruit plant similar to durian. This species is also known by several other names, such as yellow durian, tinggang durian, pulu durian, nyekak, segment, sekawi, pekawai and others, with the scientific name Durio kutejensis.
This type of durian has a characteristic that it does not emit a pungent odor from the fruit like durian in general.
Elai has many differences with durian including color, aroma, and taste.
The color of the yellow flesh, which is slightly orange in color, is the striking difference between elai and durian. In addition, the size of the elai fruit is also smaller.
In addition to its smaller size, lai also has a short stalk. If the lai is still raw, the stalks will be green to yellowish in color. However, the color of the stalk will turn yellow to brown when it is fully ripe.
From the tree side, lai and durian have the same tree shape. However, the size of the leaves for lai is larger and thicker. The leaves can reach 20-25 cm and 5-7 cm wide
Not only from the leaves, other flowers are also quite large. In addition, the color of the flowers also varies, such as pink to dark red
In terms of taste, elai fruit has a different taste from durian fruit. While the texture of the flesh of the fruit is also denser and dry than the durian fruit. And the aroma of elai fruit is not too strong.
#durio #duriokutejensis #elai #lay #pekawan








Price : 5$


Limpasu (Baccaurea lanceolata)
Limpasu, Not many people know this spleen plant (Baccaurea lanceolata) that comes from Kalimantan. Wikipedia states that this plant comes from the genus Baccaurea, belonging to the Phyllanthaceae family.
Lempaung [Baccaurea lanceolate] is a plant that is commonly found in the forests of Sumatra and Kalimantan. It also grows on slopes and riverbanks. The fruit is sour, but dense all year round.
In various regions, this plant has various names. In Sumatra, people call it lempaong, langsat forest, and tegeiluk [Mentawai]. In Kalimantan it is called spleen, ampusu, tamarind pauh, empaong, lampaong, lampawong, lampong, legau fruit, lipasu, nipassu, kalampusu, to lempahong. While in Java, the name is lingso.
Lempaung is a plant in the form of a tree with a height of 330 m, and a diameter of 560 cm, has 2 houses, with buttressed stems. Young shoots are green to grey-green and brown when dry, branching is terminal and weak. The indumentum has a single hair, while the bark is gray to yellowish, some are greenish-white when fresh. Papagan gray to pale brown, gray when dry, 0.23 mm thick, soft, scaly, sometimes smooth; inner bark is pale brown to white, gray, and yellow, 23.5 mm thick. The heart of the wood is slightly brownish yellowish.
Leaves single, alternate, spirally arranged, spirally arranged; the base of the leaf edge usually contains glands, the leaf blade is oval to round breech. Male and female inflorescences attached to the stem (cauline), some clustered in abundance. Flowers are arranged along the inflorescence, the color is yellow-reddish, or light brown-whitish, petals, stamens and staminodium numbering 3-5, breech-ovoid to scoop and slightly clustered. The number of flowers is 20-25, the color is brownish yellowish-reddish. Number of petals 4-5, shape ovoid to breech, easily shed; corolla 28, reducing; ovary rounded, bear 3 or 4; anthers reddish to yellow. The fruit is rounded to oblong, with 1-4 seeds, purplish or green when it is young, when it is ripe it is green, yellowish, whitish, grayish, brown. The seeds are indented.






Price : 2$

Baccaurea polyneura
Baccaurea polyneura is a species of plant in the family Phyllanthaceae. It is native to Peninsular Malaysia, and Sumatra island of Indonesia. The fruit, called jentik, is edible, if sour, and is locally harvested and sold. When unripe, the fruit takes on an evergreen color with its dioecious tree growing up to 11-32 meters in height. When ripe and fresh, the fruit takes a more bark brown to white brown to red brown. As it dries, it appears brown.
Baccaurea polyneura grows in the wild on sand, clay, loam and granite soils. It flowers and fruit all year old. As a dioecious plant, it requires both a male and female counterpart to be grown to cultivate fruit and seed.






Price : 2$

CHUPA FRUIT
Rare Sapodilla with Fruity Taste Like Melon
As the name implies, Peruvian sapote is a fruit plant originating from Peru, in Indonesia many call it Peruvian sapodilla
Another name for Peruvian sapote is cupa-cupa, the mother tree of which you can find in the middle of the Peruvian lowland rainforest.
However, this plant can also be found in Ecuador and also around the Brazilian Amazon river
This fruit has a taste similar to a mixture of mango and melon
In Indonesia this fruit is still relatively rare and not many people know and cultivate this plant
For the size of sapodilla fruit, Peruvian sapote has a fairly large fruit size weighing up to 300-800 grams.
The skin of the fruit is thick, rough, with a greenish brown color, and has fine hairs
The flesh is yellow-orange, soft, juicy and fibrous. The taste of Peruvian sapote is very sweet like a mix between manga and melon flavors
For those of you who want to cultivate this plant, you don't need to worry because you can regulate the growth of sapodilla by yourself by doing regular pruning so that the tree doesn't grow too high.










Price : 3$

Kepel fruit or burahol (Stelechocarpus burahol)
Kepel fruit or burahol (Stelechocarpus burahol) is a table fruit-producing tree which is the flora of the identity of the Special Region of Yogyakarta. Kepel fruit is favored by the daughters of palaces in Java because it is believed to make sweat smell good and make urine not smell sharp.

Kepel tree has a height of up to 25 m with a trunk diameter of up to 40 cm. On the bark there are bumps. These lumps are former places for flowers and fruit because the flowers and fruit of the kepel do appear on tree trunks instead of on the tops of twigs or branches.

Kepel leaves are single, tapered with a length of between 12 27 cm and a width of 5 9 cm. Kepel leaf color is dark green. Flowers unisexual, fragrant. Male flowers are found on the upper stem or old branches in clusters of 8 to 16. Meanwhile, female flowers are only found on the lower stem.

Kepel fruit grows to fill the tree trunk. Kepel fruit shape is oval round with a slightly tapered base. The color of the Kepel fruit is slightly grayish brown, and when it is old it will turn dark brown. The flesh is slightly yellowish to brown in color and wraps around a fairly large seed. Sweet Kepel fruit taste.

Kepel or Burahol trees are spread across Southeast Asia from Malaysia, Indonesia to the Solomon Islands and even Australia. In Indonesia, especially in Java, Kepel Trees are getting rare and rare. Kepel trees can grow in secondary forest habitats found in the lowlands to an altitude of 600 meters above sea level.

The ripe fruit is eaten fresh. It is said that the flesh is orange and contains fruit juice that gives a scent like roses mixed with sapodilla fruit on bodily excretions (such as urine, sweat and breath). In medicine, the fruit flesh functions as a laxative for urine, prevents inflammation of the kidneys and causes (temporary) infertility in women. So, this kepel was used by noble women as perfume and birth control in Java






Price : 2$

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