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Paradise apple

A species of Malus, Also known as Domesticated orchard apple, Eating apple, Culinary apple
Botanical name : Malus pumila Genus : Malus

Paradise apple, A species of Malus
Also known as:
Domesticated orchard apple, Eating apple, Culinary apple
Botanical name: Malus pumila
Genus: Malus
Apple tree (Malus pumila)

Description

Paradise apple is the most widely cultivated tree fruit around the globe. The three top apple-producing countries are China, the United States, and Poland with an economic impact of $3.55 billion in 2017. There are more than 7,500 known cultivars of apples throughout the world.
Plant Type
Tree
Habitat
Thickets, forests, fields, fence edges, shores, roadsides
Flower Color
White
Pink
Leaf Color
Green
* Disclaimer: Content feedback CAN NOT be used as any basis for EATING ANY PLANTS. Some plants can be VERY POISONOUS, please purchase edible plants through regular channels.

General Info

Name story

Paradise apple
In the past, all foreign fruits including nuts were called apple. After the widespread of the story of Adam and Eve, the name, Apple was then solely referred to Malus pumila. In mythology, this plant was also believed to exist only in heaven which meant that Adam and Eve had stolen the forbidden fruit. So, it was always called Paradise apple.

Symbolism

Good health, future happiness, temptation

Usages

Beauty Improvement Value
Removes acne and whitens. Usage: make tea with apple flower, rose, and orange flower, with a unique taste.
Garden Use
Paradise apple is an ornamental tree that produces edible fruits. The fruit on this tree contains toxic seeds and possibly toxic leaves, while the fruit flesh itself is non-toxic. The tree produces showy, fragrant flowers, good for cut flower arrangements. Many paradise apple trees are cultivated as dwarf apple trees for the home gardener’s personal use.
Apple tree (Malus pumila) Apple tree (Malus pumila)

Scientific Classification

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