Ficus drupacea, also known as the brown-woolly fig or Mysore fig, is a tropical tree native to Southeast Asia and Northeast Australia. it begins its life cycle as an epiphany on a larger tree, which it eventually engulfs. Its distinctive features include dense, woolly pubescence, bright yellow to red fleshy fruit, and grayish white bark. It can reach heights of 10–30 meters. Its fruit are eaten by pigeons, occurs in environments ranging from sea-level beachfront environments to montage forests.
|Key Feature||Expect 90 to 100 % Germination Rate
Mature Seeds collected from 20 – 30 years Old Trees.
|Uses||The leaves are readily eaten by camels, cattle and goats and are considered nutritious