Flower NameStar fruit
Formal NameAverrhoa carambola
AliasStar fruit, 五歛子, カランボラ
HabitatTropical Malaysia, Java, etc.
Morphevergreen middle tall tree
Star fruit (Scientific name: Averrhoa carambola) is a native tropical Asian country such as Malaysia, Java Island, etc. It is an evergreen middle tall tree of a tropical fruit tree in the family Oxalidaceae. It is grown mainly in Southeast Asia and in temperate regions with high humidity. Leaves are attached to odd feather-like compound leaves, each leaf shape is needle-shaped, and 9 to 11 sheets are attached to one leaf. In the summer, flowers of multiple rings with white outside and thin inside can be bloomed. The fruit after the flower is yellow, with five ridges, the section cut into a star is a star shape. The flower name was named from the cut shape of the fruit. The flesh is sour and has a taste similar to pear. Slice it thinly and make it raw or salad. Other, processed products such as juice, jelly, jam and pickles.
Common name: Star fruit, Scientific name: Averrhoa carambola, aka: Gorensi, Carambola,Place of origin: Tropical Asia such as Malaysia, Java Island, Living Type: Evergreen Tree Tree, Tree Height: 5 to 10 m, Leaf Order: Odd Feather-like Compound, Leaf Shape: Lapisp shape, 9 to 11 leaflets per leaf Flowering color: Flower color: Outer side is white and inner side is a thin reddish collar, flower size: 0.5 to 0.7 cm, fruit shape: 5 shiny ridges, the section is star-shaped, fruit color: Yellow, fruit length: 10 to 15 cm, fruit flavor: acidity, fruit season: January, use: edible fruit.
Flower typeActinomorphic Flower
Leaf typeImparipinnate-Compound Leaf
Leaf edgeEntire Fringe
Flowering place(sub-) Tropical area
SeasonJul Aug Sep
Height500 ~ 1000 [cm]
Diameter0.5 ~ 0.7