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I got some unusual fruits couple years ago, bought by a friend who interested with the fruit he never saw before from nomad seller. He buy some, just a few to taste it. At home we eat the fruit in curiosity and found the fruit are good, it taste sweet, like a longan. While attempting to get another bunch of the fruit, the seller were already gone, and all we have is some seeds to grow.
The fruit flesh are whitish, with a rounded/oval fruit shape smaller than an apple.
The seeds of mine is growing so slow, now after so long, the seedling starting to grow..
I would like to know if anyone here have a clue of the ID via the leafs, and the growth pattern.
I think its different, the fruit have tree section each with a seed inside the tasty flesh..
The growth pattern is interesting to me since the new leafs emerge together from the center of the stem and in line with the older leafs. The plant got two branch after the main stem torn out by ignorant workers building a house near my garden. The branch emerge from each side.