Place of floweringBotanical Gardens, Subtropical region
What is Jackfruit
Jackfruit (Scientific name: Artocarpus heterophyllus) is native to Malay Peninsula from South India, and refers to the tropical evergreen tree and its fruits of Moraceae family. It is also known as Jackfruit. The flowers have female and female. Male inflorescences have only male flowers, and female inflorescences have only female flowers. Several male inflorescences are attached to the twigs, and many yellowish-green florets and small roses grow in the shape of root-rod. Female inflorescences stick to the root of the branches coming out of the trunk. The female inflorescence blooms many small leaves on the inflorescence. The size of the fruit is known as the largest in the world. Fruits hang directly from the trunk or thick trunk with a bunch of fruits. The temporary seed coat becomes yellow and orange, and the flesh is soft and edible. Fruits can be eaten because they have a unique odor, but they are different. In addition to raw food, it can be fried and boiled. In Thailand, it is called khanun, and the wood core is used as a tan dye as a plant-dyed material of natural dye and used as a monk's formal dye.
Common names: Jack fruit (Jackfruit),:Artocarpus scientific name heterophyllus, also known as: jackfruit (landison dense), nagamipannoki, jackfruit Category name: name: Plantae Angiosperm gate dicotyledonous plant rope rose eye Mulberry of breadfruit genus jackfruit, origin Malay Peninsula-South India, height: 20 m or more, Monoecious, Hermaphrodite, Male inflorescence and female inflorescence: stem flower, Flower color: yellowish green, mature fruit: 70 cm in length, 40 cm in width, and 30 to 40 kg in weight.
Type of flower
Array of flower
Edge of the leaf
Life typeTropical evergreen trees, and fruit trees