To: "'John Leonard'" <>,
Subject: lady-apple?
From: "Blackall, Pat" <>
Date: Sat, 7 Jul 2001 10:28:41 +1000
        John Leonard wrote:-

        In a children's book I have come across a reference to a "Lady-apple
        It is depicted as occurring in open woodland on Cape York Penninsula
        having red and white, edible fruit.

        What is the tree?

Sounds like waxed jambu to me.

Pat Blackall

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