Lansium domesticum

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Noun1.Lansium domesticum - East Indian tree bearing an edible yellow berry
lansa, lansat, lanseh, lanset - East Indian tart yellow berrylike fruit
genus Lansium - a dicotyledonous genus of the family Meliaceae
tree - a tall perennial woody plant having a main trunk and branches forming a distinct elevated crown; includes both gymnosperms and angiosperms
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Fruits were in abundance, being the season of the durian, mangosteen, marang, lanzones and rambutan.
Meanwhile, the Baguio fruit festival will feature at least 15 tons of durian, marang, lanzones, and rambutan, among others
In time for Kadayawan, fruits like durian, mangosteen and lanzones flooded the streets, bringing prices down, to the delight of locals and tourists.
According to the research, the leading eight species grown in the country are banana, pineapple, mango, papaya, calamondin, durian, jackfruit and lanzones based on volume of production and these are available all-year round in the market.
Camiguin, known as the Lanzones Capital of the Philippines, will celebrate its Lanzones Festival this coming October 16 to 22.
ontoa slopein the boundary of Barangay Lanzones and Guisao, northeast of this city.
Known for being the fruit bowl of Mindananao, Davao boasts a broad variety of fruits such as the Durian, Mango, Marang, Lanzones, Mangosteen, Banana, Pomelo, Watermelon and more.
Aside from durian, other fruits like the pomelo, lanzones, and mangosteen are also generating interests form consignees from the other cities in the country.
Hundreds of fruit lovers, who earlier secured a ticket each worth PHP50 that gave them access to the fruit galore site, took turns in eating mangosteen, durian, lanzones, and rambutan, among other fruits at the city plaza grounds as the venue.
More elaborate rites are observed in some areas such as in Paete, Laguna, where the Santo Entierro is smoked several times over burning lanzones peelings.