Noni seedlings (Morinda Citrifolia) grow into their fruits, which are about 3-5 inches long, have an ovoid shape and have their fruits borne on stalks that grow up to 10-30 inches.
- The mature plant has thick, dark green, and shiny leaves with deep veins.
- The fruit is green when unripe and yellow when ripe.
- Noni plant is widely known for its many antioxidative properties as well as health restorative characteristics.
Features: Noni Seedlings
- It is popularly known as Indian Mulberry.
- It has a lot of seeds.
- Its native range extends through Southeast Asia and Australasia, and the species is now cultivated throughout the tropics and widely naturalized.
- Noni seedlings grow in shady forests, as well as on open rocky or sandy shores. The plant bears flowers and fruits throughout the year.
- Its fruit is characterised by a pungent odour when ripening and is thus also known as cheese fruit or even vomit fruit.
- Noni seedlings are cultivated for their immense profit and health benefits.
- Fruiting and flowering in the noni plant occur all year round
- They thrive well in the tropic region
- They are rich in Vitamin B3 and Iron and has traces of vitamin A.
- The size of the fruit of the noni plant is oval and ranges between 10 to 18 centimetres in
- At first green, then the fruit turns yellow then almost white because it ripens.
- This plant and fruit have excellent medicinal values, and Green fruit, leaves, and root/rhizomes are being used in traditional medicines.
- Mature Plant of the Noni seedlings is said to lower the risk of arthritis
- The essential oil can be extracted from the Noni plant