อนุทิน #110874

This winter the Kei apple produces a out-of-normal crop (usual crops are in late Spring-eraly Summer).

Kei apple (Umkokola) is a native of Africa (like custard apple, cocoa or ca cao --used to make chocolate, coffee,...), but has settled in America, Asia and now Aus. The fruits are very aromatic, sweet when ripe, acid when green. The 3-4 inch long thorns at leaf nodes put umkokola beside kaffir lime (มะกรูด).

Does anyone know its Thai name?

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