Botanical name: Syzygium munronii Family: Myrtaceae (Bottlebrush family)
Synonyms: Eugenia munronii, Jambosa munronii
Munro's Plum is a large shrub or small tree up to 8 m tall., with branchlets quadrangular. It is named for the British botanist Sir William Munro. Leaves are up to 22 x 7 cm, lanceshaped, nearly stalkless, hairless, nerves and intramarginal veins prominent. Flowers are borne in cymes 5-10 cm broad, at branch-ends. Flowers are few, 4 cm across; flower-stalks 1 cm long; calyx 2.5 cm long, funnel-shaped; sepals 1 x 1 cm, round; petals are larger, 1.5 x1.5 cm, yellowish white; stamen filaments are prominent, 2.5 cm long, white. Berry is 2.5 x 1.5 cm, ellipsoid, hairless. Munro's Plum is found in the Western Ghats. Flowering: December-April.
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