The tree first produced fruit in 1945, and was found to be of good quality.
Both male and female plants are required to produce fruit.
The plant produces green fruits, which are small and hard in form.
Left in natural settings, this would produce fruit of high quality.
It can produce fruit within just 75 days after planting.
The plants produce green fruits that are round and turn red in late summer.
Most of these plants go on to produce fruit which are consumed by fish.
The flowers are white with some green and the tree can produce fruits almost all year long.
It produces quite large fruit and has a full crown.
This virus eventually takes away a plant's ability to produce fruit at all.