World Coconut Day 2022: Types of Coconut you didn’t know about


Malayan Yellow Dwarf Coconuts: They were first developed in the Malaysian region. As they start aging, they eventually assume pale yellowish and brownish hue.

Golden Malay: Primarily grown in parts of Bulgaria, it is known to be imported from Indonesia. They produce stunning fruits that have a brownish and bronze tinge. When fully ripe, these fruits assume red color.

King Coconut: Native to the Sri Lankan region, it is abundantly found in several parts of India. The nuts appear like football. The size of the fruits is 20 to 30 cm in length and their skin has a vibrant orangish hue.

West Coast Tall Coconut: Popularly known as the Common Tall Variety, these trees take around six to seven years for bearing fruits and they can yield almost eighty to ninety nuts or palms on an annual basis.

Macapuno Coconut: This is a dwarf variant of coconut and a type of Mutant Tree. Being natural mutants, the flesh of these fruits is soft and almost similar to jelly.

Panama Tall: Also known as the Pacific Tall, the Panama Tall is a lofty variant that bears ripe, juicy coconuts. One of the most striking features of the Panama Tall is its close resemblance to the Jamaica Tall tree.

VHC1 Coconut: This tree produces fruits after a period of four years, and annually, you can expect around 80 to 100 coconut palms from this variant.

East Coast Tall: With a fruit-bearing time of around six to eight years, this coconut tree is known to yield around 70 nuts on an annual basis. The coconut from these trees contains around 64 percent of oil

Dwarf Orange: It produces orangish coconuts and takes around three to four years for complete maturation. The coconuts from these trees are best known for their excellent meat content and sweet water.