Grafted Star fruit (averrhoa carambola) fruit tree 1’-2’ feet tall
Carambola, also known as star fruit, is a tropical fruit tree that is native to Southeast Asia. It is a small evergreen tree that can grow up to 25 feet tall with a spread of up to 20 feet. The tree has a dense canopy of dark green leaves and produces small, delicate, lavender-pink flowers that are followed by oval-shaped, yellow-green fruit with distinctive five-pointed ridges along its length. The fruit has a juicy, tart-sweet flavor and is prized for its distinctive star-shaped cross-section when sliced.
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To plant a carambola tree, choose a sunny location with well-draining soil. Dig a hole that is twice the size of the root ball, and mix in compost or organic matter with the soil. Place the root ball in the hole and fill in with soil, being careful not to cover the trunk with soil. Water the tree thoroughly after planting.
To care for a carambola tree, water it regularly, especially during the dry season. Fertilize the tree with a balanced fertilizer every three months, and prune it regularly to maintain its shape and size. Carambola trees are susceptible to pests and diseases, so it is important to monitor the tree regularly and take action if any problems arise.
In summary, the carambola fruit tree is a tropical evergreen tree that produces a distinctive star-shaped fruit with a tart-sweet flavor. To plant and care for a carambola tree, choose a sunny location with well-draining soil, water and fertilize regularly, and prune as needed to maintain its shape and health.
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