Pandanus native to Ogasawara
What is Pandanus boninensis
Pandanus, scientific name:Pandanus boninensis , is a tropical evergreen shrub of the Pandanus genus , Pandanaceae department native to the coast near Ogasawara Islands. Pineapple-like aggregate fruit is fruit, but fruit shape differs from Adan. As the aggregate fruit ripen from yellow orange discoloration and peeled 1 clove at a time the Poro-Poro fruit. Trees plants and Park trees, sea forest, fruit is used in edible oil.
Generic name: Pandanus, scientific name:Pandanus boninensis, aka: Ogasawara takonoki , Screw pine, origin: Ogasawara Islands, environment: near the coast, Height: 5 m, leaf length: 100 cm, leaf color: green, dioecious, male flower color: white, female color: pale green, fruiting period: August-11-fruits: pineapple, similar fruit color: yellow-orange in color, fruit diameter: 20-30 cm, Fruit-eating animals: hermit crab (rental property), coconut crab ,mice and bats, applications: fruit food and edible oil, trees, ornamental and park trees, sea forest, note: pandanus and Adan difference-Taco Nokia height: 5-10 m, the tree upright and number of branches: small. Adana height: 3 m, the tree: on the oblique bending, branch number: many.