Kedondong 沙梨 (Spondias dulcis)

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  • Spondias dulcis, known commonly as ambarella in Sri Lanka or June plum, is an equatorial or tropical tree, with edible fruit containing a fibrous pit.
  • Among various colloquial names are Otaheite apple, Tahitian quince, Polynesian plum, Jew plum, and golden apple.
  • In Malaya it is called great hog plum or Kedondong; in Indonesia, Kedongdong; in Thailand, ma-kok-farang; in Cambodia, mokak; in Vietnam, coc, pomme cythere or Pommier de cythere.
  • In Costa Rica, it is known as juplón; in Colombia, hobo de racimos; in Venezuela, jobo de la India, jobo de Indio, or mango jobo; in Ecuador, manzana de oro; in Brazil, caja-manga.
  • While still green and hard, the fruits fall to the ground, a few at a time, over a period of several weeks.
  • As they ripen, the skin and flesh turn golden-yellow.
  • While the fruit is still firm, the flesh is crisp, juicy and subacid, and has a somewhat pineapple-like fragrance and flavor.
  • If allowed to soften, the aroma and flavor become musky and the flesh difficult to slice because of conspicuous and tough fibers extending from the rough ridges of the 5-celled, woody core containing 1 to 5 flat seeds.
  • Some fruits in the South Sea Islands weigh over 1 lb (0.45 kg) each.


  • It grows on all types of soil, as long as they are well-drained.
  • It has been noted that some trees can suffer from some nutritional disorders if the soil is too alkaline.


  • Apply a liquid balanced fertilizer every two weeks.


  • It will do best in full sun to light shade.


  • Moderate watering.


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