A strongly scented evergreen growing up to 3-8m tall with smooth, dark green leaves. The tree is attractive, slender and are an ideal shade or ornamental tree.
The Wampi is native to SouthEast Asia and produces small white flowers in late March before fruiting. The fruit look like a grape that turns yellow when ripe and is a relative of the citrus family, giving it a sweet to tangly flavour. They taste best when left to ripen on the tree.
Grown in a range of soil but best in rich sandy loam with full sun. Fruit is produced on the tips of branches so pruning should be kept minimal for optimal production.