1 package of 10 seeds
A small to medium-sized, semi-deciduous tree native to southern Asia with small leaves in a pinnate arrangement and cherry to apricot sized fruits that are very popular in Asia despite being sour, astringent and somewhat bitter.
They are used fresh, pickled, candied, in chutneys, for baking or seasoning. They are high in Vitamin C and have many uses in traditional medicine, as do other parts of the plant. Germination: Soak for 2-4 hours in lukewarm water. Sow seeds 1cm in coir or sowing mix + sand or perlite. Keep bright, warm, and constantly moist but not wet.