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Titan's Tropical Fruit Guide: Support the Channel: Support us by using our amazon link: Top 10 Fruits You’ve Never Heard Of Part 9 10 . Cotton fruit (Sandoricum koetjape) Native to indonesia the cotton fruit or the santol as it’s also called was introduced to indochina, sri lanka, india, northern australia, mauritius and the seychelles. The tree can reach up to 150 feet or 45 meters tall which can produce one of two varieties the yellow and red with the red being more common. 9. Java Plum (Syzygium cumini) Home to the Indian Subcontinent, this evergreen tropical tree is commonly known as the java plum, jambolan, black plum, jamun, malabar plum and duhat. Growing on a tree that reaches 100 feet or 30 meters tall, this slow growing tree will live for more than 100 years. Introduced to Florida in 1911 and is also commonly grown in Trinidad, Tobago, Guyana and Suriname, this fruit is also found in Hawaii but is considered an invasive species there. Brought to 8. Rambutan (Nephelium lappaceum) Native to Indonesia and Malaysia the rambutan naturally grows in Vietnam, Philippines, Thailand and other countries in southeast asia. This member of the soapberry family is related to other spherical fruits like longan and lychee. Grown on a tree that’ll reach 40 - 60 feet or 12 to 18 meters tall, this member of the soapberry will grow and survive for 20 years. 7. Tigger Melon Originating from western Armenia near the Tigris River, this melon prefers the hot summer sun in temperate and Mediterranean regions. They grow on a climbing vine but since they don’t weigh much, there is less demand on the trellis itself making this an ideal melon to grow pretty much anywhere a small growing structure can be built. 6. Dragon fruit (Hylocereus undatus) Found in the deserts of central america initially, or at least believe so the dragon fruit or pitaya or strawberry pear is a large red fruit on the outside with flesh and taste qualities somewhat mimicking a kiwi. 5. Finger Lime (Citrus australasica) The finger lime also called the Australian Finger Lime originated down under but is now cultivated in California as well. Established as a new commercial crop, this unique lime is starting to pop in places it’s never been seen before. 4. Tayberry (Rubus fruticosus x R. idaeus) Patented in 1979, the tayberry is a mix of a blackberry and raspberry. Named after the river tay in scotland, they grow on lateral branches that can reach up to 7 feet long. 3. Naranjilla (Solanum quitoense) This Subtropical perennial plant grows in northwestern south america most commonly Colombia, Peru, Ecuador, Panama and Costa Rica. Called naranjilla or little orange in Ecuador or lulo in Colombia this member of the nightshade family is produced on an attractive plant with large oval leaves that are covered in short purple hairs. 2. Keledang (Artocarpus lanceifolius) Hailing from south-east asia the Keledang fruit or monkey jackfruit is most commonly found in thailand, banka, lingga, Riau Island, Borneo, the Malay Peninsula and Sumatra. 1. Kesusu (Prainea limpato) A rare and unknown fruit the kesusu is also known as Ematak, Buruni, tumpang, and Karon. Belonging to the same plant family as the jackfruit as the others on this list, the Kesusu is an extremely rare jungle fruit of Borneo. They have also been found in Malaysia, Sumatra, New Guinea and Moluccas. Footage: Kesusu Finger Lime Cotton Fruit Java Plum Tigger Melon Keledang Naranjilla Source: #top10fruits #tropicalfruit #rarefruit For copyright matters please contact: Intro music thanks to Machinmasound: Rallying the Defense:

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