The Artocarpus sp. Cheena is a crossbreed between a Jackfruit and a Chempedak. The fruits are a bit smaller than a Jackfruit and the taste is fresher and deliciously sweet. The tree, like its other relatives, grows to about 5 to 7 meters high, but you can keep it at 3 to 4 meters by pruning. The fruits grow close to the trunk. The tree has male and female flowers. The female flowers are distinguished by being shorter and more robust than the male flowers. The tree is then surrounded by a wonderful sweet aroma, which makes it clear that the little fruitparts start to develop into delicious sweet fruits. You can harvest the fruit when the scent becomes very strong and you can press the skin. The skin can also tear a little when the fruit is ready for harvest.The tree starts to bear approximately after 5 to 6 years.