Phalsa or Falsa is a small fruit tree grown for its sweet and sour acidic fruits. It is a tropical fruit, native to Southern Asia.
Basic information and facts
Phalsa originates from Southern Asia, roughly the area between Pakistan and Cambodia.
It is grown in south Asia and other tropical countries.
Phalsa fruits are drupes with a diameter of 5 to 12 mm. When ripe the fruits have a purple or black color.
Climate and weather:
Grows in tropical climates.
The tree or shrub can be up to 8 meter tall.
Used as a fresh fruit or to make juice or sherbets.