- Flower nameGrapefruit
- Scientific nameCitrus paradisi
- Aliaspomelo, Citrus paradisi, ポメロ
- Place of originBarbados, West Indies
- Place of floweringGreenhouse, Orchard, Botanical Gardens
- Flowering seasonMay, June
What is Grapefruit
Grapefruit (Scientific name: Citrus paradisi, syn.: Citrus × paradisi) is a species of evergreen tree and fruit of the genus Citrus in the family Rutaceae, native to Barbados, West Indies. The tree grows to a height of about 5 meters to a maximum of 16 meters. The leaves are dark green and long. It produces white four-petaled flowers on a gross inflorescence. After flowering, it bears oval fruits with yellow to orange skin. The flesh is red, pink, white or light yellow, sour and sweet, and edible. The name "Buntan" comes from the clustered appearance of the fruit, which looks like a bunch of grapes hanging down. It is a natural gradient of Buntan and Orange, and is similar to Buntan in appearance, content and taste. It is a natural gradient species of Orange. There are varieties such as Sweetie and Ruby. The fruit can cause side effects when taken with medication.
Common name: Grapefruit, Scientific name: Citrus paradisi, syn.: Citrus × paradisi, Origin: Barbados, West Indies, Type of life: Evergreen, Tree height: 5 - 15 m, Leaf color: Green, Leaf shape: Slender, Leaf length: 15 cm, Flower color: White, Number of petals: 4, Flower diameter: 5 cm, Fruit shape: Oval, Fruit color: Yellow to red, Origin: Indonesia Leaf Color: Green, Leaf Shape: Slender, Fruit Diameter: 10-15 cm, Flesh Color: Light yellow, white, red, In Season: Available almost all year round, Notes: A natural gradient of Buntan and Orange. Note: A natural gradient species of Buntan and Orange, which can cause side effects when taken with medication.