Can grow to 30-60 feet tall, but can be pruned to maintain at 10 to 15 feet. Prune at end of the growing season or after harvest. Bears in 3-5 years unless otherwise noted. Fast growing, good drought resistance.
Jackfruit (Artocarpus Heterophyllus) -Jaca in Spanish, Quả Mít in Vietnamese.
- Unidentified Variety #1: Possibly Dang Rasimi or J30. Ripens July- Early September, second crop in December- January. Fruit is large, yellow-green and oval, weighing around 20lbs. Sweet, yellow flesh. (located next to dragon fruit.)
- Unidentified Variety #2: Possibly Dang Rasimi or J30. Ripens February, July . Fruit is large, yellow- green and oval weighing around 20 lbs. (located above tamarind tree.)
- Unidentified Variety #3: Possibly the variety called Crispy. Ripens May-June. Sweet and chewier and more pungent than other varieties. Yellow flesh, gold- brownish rind. Fruit weighs around 15 lbs. Much of the rag is edible. Spines flatten when ripe. (Located at the top of the hill between lots 1 and 2, closer to the bakupari.)
- Unidentified Variety #4: Possibly NS-1 variety. Fruit weighs 15-20 lbs. Fruit is large, oval and dark green, with flat spines. Flowers January – February, ripens May -July. Second fruiting ready in September. (Located near acai trees. )
- Red Morning:
- Lemon Gold:
- Gold Nugget: Fruit weighs about 10 lbs. Ripens May – August. Very sweet, crisp. Fruit is round with light orange flesh, bright green rind. Spines flatten when ripe. (Located by the plantain. )
- Unidentified Variety #5: Possibly Tabouey variety, although season doesn’t line up. Fruits weigh 15-20 lbs. Ripens June- July; smaller crop of smaller fruits in November . Fruit is large, very irregular with green-brown rind. Spines don’t flatten. Very Sweet, crisp. Most popular so far. (Located between lots 1 and 2, in the middle near the orejona. )
- Unidentified Variety #6: Sweet, Crisp fruits weigh about 20 Lbs. Ripens in August. Located on eastern side of lot one near the starfruit tree.
- Unidentified Variety #7: Located by the atemoya. Ripe in December/January.
- Unidentified Variety #8: (22C) Located near acai. Seven pound fruits, Spines don’t flatten when ripe. Flowers in January, ready in March. Second Fruiting in August, ready in October – November.
- Unidentified Variety #9: (22A) located by galangal, border of green space. Bloomed in January, ready in May. Fruits weigh 40+ pounds. Small seeds, thin rind, small amount of rag.
- Unidentified Variety #10: (22B) located by caimito, first lot. Just started flowering late February. Ready June, July
- Unidentified Variety #11: (22-8-1) located ?. Not quite ready August, probably September or October.
- Unidentified Variety #12: (22-8-2) located by avocado. Flowering in January – February, ready ?. Second flowering ?, ready September – October.
- Unidentified Variety #13: (22-8-4) located By Gros Michel/Avocado. . 6 pound fruits. Not quite ready August, probably September or October.
- Unidentified Variety #14: (22-8-6) located By Thai Red Banana. Ready late August – September (2022).
- Unidentified Variety #15: (22-8-AA) Located By Acai. Flowers in January.
- Unidentified Variety #16: Located by soursops, jackfruit #7. Flowering in February 2023.
- Unidentified Variety #17: Located by ice cream bean. Flowering February 2023.
Cempedak (Artocarpus Integer) – also known as Chempedak.
- Chempedak #1 (unnamed variety): Fruit weighs about 15 lbs. Ripens June – September. (Located above the rambutan.)
- Chempedak “Seedless” CH35:
- Chempedak “Durian” CH38:
Cheena (Cross between Jackfruit and Cempedak)
- Hawaiian Cheena:
- Costarican Cheena:
- Cheena Nangcem Orange CH17:
- Cheena Nangcem Yellow CH17:
- Cheena “Durian”: Seedling cross from the Chempedak Durian variety. Ready August (2022). 10 lb fruits. Has thin skin, very little rag, and small seeds. Very fragrant.
Kwai Muk (Artocarpus Hypargyraeus) Grows to 15-25 feet, can prune to maintain at 10 – 15 feet. slower growing than other artocarpus. Full sun. Bears in 6 years.
Marang (Artocarpus Odoratissimus) Also called Terap. Grows to 20-80 feet, prune to maintain at 10-15 feet. Bears in 4-7 years.
Pedalai (Artocarpus Sericarpus) Grows to 120 feet, prune to maintain at 10-15 feet. Slow growth until 1 foot tall, fast after that. Prefers part shade until 6 feet tall, full sun after that. Bears in 3-5 years from seed.
Lakoocha (Artocarpus Lakoocha) Also called Monkey Jack.
Breadfruit (Artocarpus Altilis) Grows to 80 feet, can be pruned to maintain at 10-15 feet. Fruits in 5-10 years. Seedless, propagated by root cuttings.
Keledang (Artocarpus Lanceifolius)
Pingan (Artocarpus Sarawakensis)
Mentawak (Artocarpus Anisophyllus)
Tempuni (Artocarpus Rigidus)