Jujube / Ber Apple (Seedless, Graft) Fruit Plant | Elantapazham

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★ Grafted Fruit Plant ★ Fruits in 1.5 Years ★ All Climate Suitable
★ Seedless Green Variety ★ 6 Months Age Sapling ★ Terrace Gardening
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Seedless Ber Apple is a medium-sized subtropical tree, popular for its small berry-like fruit.

The Green Seedless Ber Apple variety is characterized by its vibrant green color and the absence of seeds, making it a convenient and fuss-free choice for snacking. The flesh is crisp and juicy, with a refreshing sweet taste similar to apples.

It is also known as Indian Jujube, and is a tropical fruit tree species belonging to the family Rhamnaceae. An evergreen shrub with thorny branches. The fruit's shape and size vary, but the flesh is always crisp and white. The skin is smooth, glossy, and thin, with a tight texture. Its pleasant aroma and juicy texture make it an ideal fruit to enjoy slightly under-ripe.

Ber fruit is a nutritious, low-calorie option packed with dietary fiber, vitamins, minerals, and powerful antioxidants. It is particularly rich in potassium, which is crucial for maintaining muscle function and electrolyte balance. Additionally, the fruit contains 18 out of the 24 essential amino acids, supporting growth and development. With its impressive nutritional profile, incorporating Ber fruit into your diet can contribute to overall health and well-being.

Seedless Green Ber Apple Sapling Spec

  • Scientific Name : Ziziphus mauritiana
  • Apple Ber Variety : Seedless Green
  • Propagation Method : Graft
  • Fruiting Period : 1.5 Years
  • Sapling Age : 6 Months (3ft Apprx)
  • Blooming Season : June to August
  • Suitable for Terrace Gardening
  • Suitable for All Climates

Common Names

Apple Ber Elanthapazham Indian Jujube Indian plum Chinese date Chinkee Apple Ziziphus Jujuba
Apple Ber Elanthapazham Indian Jujube Indian plum Chinese date Chinkee Apple Ziziphus Jujuba

Suitable for terrace farming / Can be grown in containers?

Jujube is ideally suited for terrace farming, offering the convenience of cultivation in sizable containers such as large pots or 100-litre drums. If your preference is for potted growth, it is essential to ensure meticulous attention to watering and periodic fertilization required to optimize their development.

Is Jujube saplings grafted?

Yes, we sell grafted Jujube saplings which can produce fruits in just 1.5 Years. The saplings that you will receive upon order will be 6 months of age (post grafting) and height of 3ft (apprx). Notably, both the rootstock and scion originate from the same variety, endowing these saplings with robustness and inherent disease resistance.

Ber Apple benefits

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Other Available Varieties of Ber Apple

Jujube Fruit Ayurvedic Uses

In Ayurveda, Jujube, also known as Ber apple, has been widely utilized as an herbal medicine for centuries. This versatile plant, including its fruit, seed, and leaves, is highly valued for its healing properties. Ber fruit, rich in vitamin C and B, is traditionally used to treat conditions such as bleeding disorders, excessive thirst, fever, and burning sensation. The leaves of the ber tree are topically applied for their antipyretic activity to help alleviate fever. Furthermore, a combination of ber fruit powder and honey is used as a mask to heal skin infections, harnessing its potent healing properties for faster wound recovery. According to Ayurveda, both fresh and dried ber help balance the vata and kapha doshas, with the sour fruit specifically pacifying these doshas.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the yield of Jujube plant ?

When the fruit plant reaches maturity, it produces a maximum of 50 to 60 kg per year. During its prime bearing period, which typically spans from 10 to 20 years, the average yield ranges from 80 to 200 kg per year.

Suitable climate for Jujube plant?

The Jujube plant demonstrates adaptability to all climates, making it well-suited to diverse environmental conditions.

Jujube plant blooming season?

The variety is ready to harvest in June to August after 1.5 years of transplanting.

Does Jujube requires full Sun light?

Yes, Jujube trees require full sun, so choose a spot where the sun shines directly on the tree for at least 8 hours each day.

Is Jujube self pollinating?

The Jujube possesses the unique characteristic of being self-pollinating, which means that it has the ability to set fruit on its own without requiring the assistance of other apple tree varieties for pollination.

Is Seedless Jujubee a dwarf variety / required pruning?

Yes, absolutely you need to prune them to maximize fruit production for quality and quantity and for the health of the tree. It grows upto 8-9 ft height.

1 review for Jujube / Ber Apple (Seedless, Graft) Fruit Plant | Elantapazham

  1. leninkraj123

    best packing ever i saw in my life

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