A Water Apple is not actually an apple. The apple name has just been applied to it in English.
It is a tropical fruit that grows in south-east Asia, including southern India, Indonesia and Malaysia.
The Water Apple tree will grow anywhere from 10 to 30 feet tall (3 to 10 metres.) It will grow true to seed. In Malaya and Indonesia, it will give two crops a year. It has dull leaves that are light-green on top and yellowy-green underneath. It flowers with blossoms that vary from pale yellowish-white to pink-tinged.
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