Otaheite apple; Pear shaped fruit with red skin and white flesh. Typically, they contain a single large seed. However, they may occasionally be seedless. The fruit is sweet and is usually eaten raw or used to make drinks.
, kwachimelon (not sure of the spelling)
, otaheite apple
, pomme d'armour
, titi apple
Pomerac in T'dad & Tobago, Love it!
Maybe I am too young to have been exposed to that word because I've always known them as plumrose and not malaba.
Never heard them called malaba either, always plumrose.
Never heard it called malaba.
Pomme d'armour in St. Lucia
I've only know that as plumrose.
Yeah, this is and has always been Plumrose. Loving the site though!
I myself never heard anyone call it Malaba
This is Definitely Plumrose
Primrose, my favorite fruit in the whole world.
Plum rose! never heard the name malaba in my life..
Wax apple in English, pomme d'armour in creole
Favourite thing about going home
This is known as Pomerac in Trinidad and Tobago. The dark red ones are always the sweetest. So juicy. This tree always seems to attract woodpeckers in our yard.
In the Vermont Valley where I am from we called it Malaba.
In leeward we call them malaba
Leeward side of vincy its call malaba i found out it name plumrose when i went to live in town.So in vincy it got both names depends on location