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How long does it take for a breadfruit tree to grow?
Last Updated: 16th January, 2020
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Beside this, how long does breadfruit take to grow?
5 to 10 years
Additionally, where does breadfruit grow? The fruit is grown in South Florida in the United States or imported from the West Indies, particularly Jamaica, from June through October, sometimes year around, and is found in local specialty markets. The breadfruit tree attains a height of about 85 feet and has large, thick, deeply notched leaves.
Furthermore, what climate does breadfruit grow in?
Breadfruit has a wide range of adaptability to ecological conditions. It grows best in equatorial lowlands below 600-650 m but is found at elevations up to 1550 m. It flourishes at 21-32° C and does not yield well where the temperature exceeds 40° or drops to 5° C.
How tall does a breadfruit tree grow?
The breadfruit tree is handsome and fast growing, reaching 85 ft (26 m) in height, often with a clear trunk to 20 ft (6 m) becoming 2 to 6 ft (0.6-1.8 m) in width and often buttressed at the base, though some varieties may never exceed 1/4 or 1/2 of these dimensions.