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About Jambu

Jambu is a small tree or large shrub which grows on the average of 10 to 20 feet in height. The jambu fruit has a shiny, thin skin which varies from white to light red. About 1 inch long and 1-1.

5 inches wide, they are shaped somewhat like a pear with a narrow neck and a wide apex.

Plant Specifications

*above specification are indicative only. actual dimensions may vary by +-10%
Common Name Love Apple.
Maximum Reachable Height 10-20 feet.
Difficulty Level Easy.

Planting and care

The skin of ripe jambu fruit is very thin, so care must be taken when harvesting them to avoid puncturing or bruising their flesh.

Jambu care

Sunlight Full sun.
Watering Occasional watering.
Soil Moist and fertile
Temperature Consistently above 60 degrees Fahrenheit to successfully fruit.
Fertilizer Twice monthly feeding with balanced, 15-15-15 analysis fertilizer to support their growth.

Jambu uses

Culinary Use:

  • The fruit can be eaten out of hand or prepared in a tossed salad for a different culinary treat

Frequently Asked Questions

What is another name for a Jambu?

Jambu is commonly known as Love Apple.

How tall do Jambu grow?

On average Jambu grows 10-20 feet.

How hard is Jambu to grow?

A Jambu is Easy.

How much sunlight does a Jambu need?

A Jambu prefers Full sun.

How much water does a Jambu need?

A Jambu prefers watering Occasional watering.

What kind of soil does a Jambu need?

A Jambu prefers Moist and fertile

What temperature does a Jambu like?

A Jambu prefers Consistently above 60 degrees Fahrenheit to successfully fruit.

How often should I fertilize my Jambu?

To encourage Jambu growth, Twice monthly feeding with balanced, 15-15-15 analysis fertilizer to support their growth.

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