Jambul, Syzygium cumini


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Plant height: 4'

Introduce the delightful Syzygium cumini, commonly referred to as Jambul or Java Plum, to your landscape with Jagtap Nursery, your trusted wholesale plant supplier. Our extensive collection includes fruit trees, shrubs, climbers, and ready-effect plants to elevate your outdoor space.

The Jambul tree, with its glossy, dark green leaves and purplish-black fruits, is a charming addition to any garden. Known for its evergreen foliage and bountiful harvest of berry-like fruits, the Jambul tree adds both aesthetic beauty and delicious treats for your enjoyment.

Located on Solapur Road, Jagtap Nursery offers expert guidance and a diverse selection of plants, including the beloved Jambul tree. Transform your landscape with our quality trees and plants, and create a vibrant and fruitful environment to cherish for years to come.


Thrives in full sun to partial shade. Ensure the tree receives adequate sunlight for fruiting.


Regular watering is essential, especially during dry periods. Maintain consistently moist soil.


Adaptable to various soil types. Well-draining soil with organic matter is beneficial.


Apply a balanced fertilizer during the growing season to support healthy growth and fruit development.


Suited for tropical to subtropical climates. Protect from frost, as Jambul is sensitive to cold.


Commonly propagated through seeds or by grafting. Seeds should be planted fresh for better germination.

Pest and Diseases: 

Monitor for pests like fruit flies and aphids. Fungal issues may occur in humid conditions.

Treatment :

Use organic insecticides for preventive measures. Post infestation, consider appropriate fungicides or insecticides.

Similar Looking Plants:  

Syzygium australe (Brush Cherry): Resembles Jambul but with smaller, red to purple fruits.

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