Uvaria Littoralis - Uvaria Cordata, Uvaria Macrophylla

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Botanical Nomenclature: Uvaria Littoralis
Common Name: Uvaria Cordata, Uvaria Macrophylla
Family: Annonaceae
Origin: Asia
Height: 4,00 – 10,00 Meters
Luminosity: Full Sun, Partial Shading
Climate: See Description

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Description

An extremely rare trepador trepador extremely rare, perene, with stucks of 2 to 6 meters of height, with large sheets and, floody, flossy flakes, thickness of aluminum and very attractive, fingerful, edible and delicious, with colorful yellow live orange,

The uvitar litoralis plant is distributed in lowland land, plant, seb and forest falls up to 1,400 meters of altitude.

Scope area:
E. Asia – south of china, india, bangladesh, myanmar, thailand, malaysia, cambodia, laos, vietnam, indonesia, papua new guinea.

Preferred climate zone:
Tropical, subtropical / monaco

Etymology:
The greek wine means meeting a grape chess, a reference to grouped berries (fruits).
The specific epitheto litoralis means growing the seaside.

The solid and bisexual flowers oppose the leafs and mean about 9 to 11 centimeters. Flowers are beautifully scented.

Your orange and juicy fruits are globally added to cylindrical, 4.5 to 5 centimeters in length. The foreign fruit is collected in nature for local consumption.

The plant is harvested in nature and used locally for food, medicines and fibers.

Other uses:
A strong and fine shell fiber is used to make bags and ropes. Also can be used as a substitute for rattan.

An extremely rare excellence in cultivation, the plant is mainly valued by its aromatic and edible fruits.

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