Friday, February 17, 2012

Jambu Bol (Syzygium malaccense)

Fruit Warehouse | Jambu Bol (Syzygium malaccense) | The names of the regions in which bo guava, guava tuft (Min.), cashew bool (Sd.), nyambu bol (Bl.), rose bolo (Mak.), guava cake (Bug.). Also, guava Darsana, dersana, tersana (Jw., Md.); Kupa maaimu (Sulawesi); nutune, lutune, Lutu you, rutuul (Malachi) and others.

Jambu bol (or guava and guava fist) is a relative of guava fruit tree-jambuan. Guava fruit has the texture of the meat is softer and more dense than the water pink. Not clear why his name so as bol (Malay) or bool (Sundanese) means "ass".

Single leaf located opposite each other, with short stalks 1 to 1.5 cm, thick, reddish when young. Menjorong leaf blade oblong, 15-38 x 7-20 cm, thick, somewhat stiff as hides. Bouquet of flowers appear on leafless parts of twigs (often on branches near the main stem), short-stemmed and gather, containing 1-12 florets.

Slightly purple pink or red flowers, her number 4, 5-7 cm in diameter; tube 1.5 to 2 cm long petals; strands of red crown, oval, round or round eggs, 1.5 to 2 cm; stamens many, long s / d 3.5 cm 3 to 4.5 cm long stalk buds. The fruit is round to menjorong Buni, with diameters of 5-8 cm, dark red, yellow, purple, or whitish.

Seed grain, round brown, diameter 2.5 to 3.5 cm. Bol guava fruit usually served as a table fruit. Jambu bol, along with water and rose-pink or pink semarang utilization cincalo have more or less similar and interchangeable.

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