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    Does anyone know the thai name for the jaboticaba tree?

    Hi,

    Hope to find and grow the jaboticaba (or jabuticaba) tree in Thailand. Anyone know the thai name of this tree?

    It's a tree with grape-like fruit growing on it's trunk.

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    I just saw this in google lol its same?

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    Nice fruit. I've only ever seen them in Brazil. Would like to have one also.

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    Make me think about this in thai...

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    My wife says it's : องุ่นบราซิล

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    Yes and I dont think have it in thailand...

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    Yes, that's the one i am looking for. Thks for the link!
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    In Thai its called องุ่นบราซิล or brazil grapes

    "??????????????" ???????? - thairath.co.th

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    Its can work well in thailand too ? I am curious...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicethaiza
    Its can work well in thailand too ? I am curious...
    Why not investigate Prags link?

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    But not many people plant it

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    Why not investigate Prags link?


    good job she is pointing to it otherwise i would never have noticed that giant tree in the photo.

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    Is The Fruit Edible And Is It Nice?

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    ^ yes very edible and tasty, picking the fruit when it's unripe and rock hard, then prepare it as you would a dish of Som Tam.

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    A internet search revealed sweet ripe fruit and use for jams, and fermented drinks.... there is one problem though, after taken of the tree, you have 4 days to consume, or process it.

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    4 trees arrived in the mail. Bought locally. 180thb each. Around 20cm from groundlevel. Wait for more as these are grafted. Another coming is from seed (tried picture but cannot)

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