Mushmula (eriobotrya japonica) is an evergreen fruit tree in the daisy family.
As an ornamental fruit plant, it is grown in landscapes, houses. The cultural form
includes the likes of Shanpan, Tanaka, Fales. More than a thousand species are
listed in Chinese sources, while more than a hundred varieties exist in Japan,
Algeria and Spain. Mushmula is the only subtropical fruit plant, it blooms in
November-December of autumn, and the fruit ripens in late winter to early spring.
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