The pomelo, pummelo, or in scientific terms Citrus maxima or Citrus grandis, is the largest citrus fruit from the family Rutaceae and the principal ancestor of the grapefruit. It is a natural, i.e., non-hybrid, citrus fruit, native to Southeast Asia. Similar in taste to a large grapefruit, the pomelo is commonly consumed and used for festive occasions throughout Southeast Asia.
|4506||Pummelo, Chandler||3 Gallon||Large tree with very dark green winged leaves. Very very large fruit. Flesh is pink and sweet. Ripens in November. Similar to a grapefruit, without the tartness.|
|4507||Pummelo, Hirado Buntan||3 Gallon||Seedling from Japan. Bright yellow skin with excellent flavor. Fruit is light pink and delicious.|
|4508||Pummelo, Sarawak||3 Gallon||Large, vigorous tree. Fruit is very large with a flattened bottom. Greenish-yellow rind. Flesh is greenish, juicy and sweet. Has a melon-like flavor.|