What are the common fruit bearing trees in the Philippines?

What is the common tree in the Philippines?

The Philippines’ national tree, Narra is found in primary and secondary forests at low and medium altitudes throughout the country.

What fruit bearing trees are easy to plant and grow in the Philippines?

SWEET BALIMBING – There are two varieties of balimbing in the Philippines that are sweet and juicy. Both are very easy to grow in containers. Grafted trees will bear fruit in just one year from planting.

What fruit is native to Philippines?

MARANG and mabolo, pili and galo – these are fruits all endemic to the Philippines. Yet, they and the many other native fruit and nut species are not the country’s major crops today. What usually grace Filipino tables are banana, durian, jackfruit, mangosteen, pummel, and rambutan.

What are the indigenous trees in the Philippines?

Some of the Philippine endemic trees include dapdap (Erythrina variegata), molave (Vitex parviflora), malabulak (Bombax ceiba), and katmon (Dillenia philippinensis). Aside from oxygen, these trees can store and absorb large amounts of water that helps to alleviate the impacts of the flood.

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