Sunday, February 19, 2012

Blue Lilly Pilly ( Syzygium oleosum )

Fruit Warehouse | Blue Lilly Pilly ( Syzygium oleosum ) | The leaves have oil dots and are aromatic when crushed Distinctly, with Aromas Reminiscent of mango or apricot. Its flowers are small and white-colored cream. It Produces a Purplish red fruit when young, changing to blue when the RIPE Purplish, 13-40 mm in diameter. The fruit can be eaten freshly picked from the tree or cooked. 

Syzygium oleosum, commonly known as the Blue Lilly Pilly, Syzygium is a species of tree native to eastern Australian wet sclerophyll forests and Rainforests. The leaves are opposite, simple and lanceolate to ovate, with a dark glossy upper surface and paler under-surface.

No comments:

Post a Comment

What are the benefits of watermelon seeds

  Watermelon seeds have many benefits. Apart from roasting watermelon seeds, you can also dry watermelon seeds in the sun or buy them at sup...