Definition of Marmalade plum
1. Noun. Brown oval fruit flesh makes excellent sherbet.
Generic synonyms: Edible Fruit
Group relationships: Calocarpum Zapota, Mammee, Marmalade Tree, Pouteria Zapota, Sapote
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Literary usage of Marmalade plum
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1. Cyclopedia of American Horticulture: Comprising Suggestions for Cultivation by Liberty Hyde Bailey, Wilhelm Miller (1900)
"... produces the marmalade plum (Fig. 1321), which has a rough and rusty skin and russet-colored edible pulp. This flue fruit grows wild in the West Indies ..."
2. The American Antiquarian and Oriental Journal by Stephen Denison Peet (1902)
"... for it was found wild there from the sixteenth century, but with every evidence of recent naturalization.^ 18. marmalade plum. The marmalade plum ..."
3. Official Handbook of the Philippines and Catalogue of the Philippine Exhibit by Philippines Exposition Board, Gustavo Niederlein, William Powell Wilson (1903)
"... almost the entire Archipelago; sometimes planted for its fruit, leaves, shoots, and roots, which are used for various purposes. MAMEY (marmalade plum). ..."
4. Report of the Governor General of the Philippine Islands by Philippines Governor (1907)
"... sometimes planted for its fruit, leaves, shoots, and roots, which are used for various purposes. MAMEY (marmalade plum). ... marmalade plum. See Mamey. ..."