Where lychees grow most?

The lychee is a small, evergreen tree about 6 metres high which for thousands of year farmers in China have cultivated. It was later grown in South Africa, the Hawaiian Islands and parts of America.

In China the fruit of the lychee tree is a very popular delicacy and people prefer them to oranges or peaches. The lychee fruit is about the same size as a small plum, oval to round in shape with a hard, brittle skin which is strawberry-red in colour when ripe.

The white, translucent, juicy flesh of the lychee has a delicious, refreshing taste resembling that of a muscatel grape.


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