This plant grows 5 to 12 m in height. The flower is a cauliflory characteristic of flowers
in the tropical rainforest, and its long deep-pink stamens characterize it.
It bears fruits, which are a little larger than a chicken eggon, the thick trunk and ripens from white to red.
It is eaten fresh but is not storable, so it is boiled or processed into jam.
| Classification || Myrtaceae Syzygium |
| Scientific name || Syzygium malaccense |
| Japanese name || Mare-futomomo |
| English name || Malay apple |
| Native locality || Malaysia |
Ecological description || Evergreen tree |
| RDB || --- |
| Planting place || Central Palm Greenhouse |