333. Jak Fruit, Singapore. by Marianne North

333. Jak Fruit, Singapore.

Marianne North

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Kew Gardens
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333. Jak Fruit, Singapore.

Marianne North

Artocarpus integrifolia, Willd., is a larger tree than the Bread-fruit, of which it is a congener, though so different in aspect ; the leaves are not lobed as in the latter, and the fruit is borne on short branches from the trunk and older branches. The fruit, too, is larger, sometimes weighing as much as sixty pounds ; and it is a favourite article of food among the natives. The custard-like pulp is eaten raw ; the large seeds are only eaten when roasted. An excellent birdlime is made from the milky sap. It may be mentioned that the most esteemed of the cultivated varieties of the Bread-fruit are seedless, and the whole substance of the fruit edible.

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  • The Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens

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