Jambu

  • S. samarangense, wax apple, Java apple
  • Syzygium aqueum (Myrtaceae)
  • S. jambos, roseapple. Medium size tree with short, crooked trunk
  • water apple, bell fruit, (various varieties), common succulent, crisp fruits of various colors, shapes, and sizes
  • leaves opposite, elliptical, pointed, up to 25 x 16 cm
  • should not be confused with jambu biji (Psidium guajava), the guava, which is of the same botanical family
  • fruit is bell shaped, usually shiny or translucent, somewhat lobed at the lower end, crispy, juicy, slightly aromatic. Different varieties and species vary in color, appearance, and size.
  • Balinese use the term nyambu or jambu to refer to several species of this fruit: S. aqueum, water apple or bell fruit
  • S. malaccense, Malay apple
  • rose apple
Media
jambu
Kasar
Nyambu
Halus
Jambu
Northern Form
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Usage Examples

I meme meli jambu di peken
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