Fruits of the Great morinda can be eaten raw or is used in cooking (for example in curry. Seeds can be eaten when roasted. Leaves can be used as a green vegetable.
Great morinda is a fruit related to coffee.
Fruta del diablo
Mora de la India
Basic information and facts
Great morinda originates from South East Asia and Australasia.
Common in tropical countries.
Evergreen or deciduous:
It’s an evergreen tree.
Grows as a bush or small tree.
Climate and weather:
Grows in tropical climates.
These small trees can reach a height of up to 6 meters.
Great morinda fruits are eaten raw or are used in cooking (e.g. in curries. The seeds can be eaten when roasted. Leaves can be used as a green vegetable. The bark is used to make a brownish-purplish dye that can be used to dye cloth or for making batik.