Water apple grows 10 to 30-foot tall tree produces fruits twice a year. The bell- or pear-shaped fruit itself is sort of small, about ¾ of an in. long and touch quite an in. wide. The immature fruit’s skin is green and glossy, ripening to red. regardless of the ripeness, the glossy skin is extremely thin and susceptible to bruising if handled roughly. The fragrant flesh is white or pink, and very juicy, somewhat like watermelon or Asian pear. the flavor is on the sweet side, with notes of rose, though very mild. Usually, there are not any seeds, although some fruits may have a couple of. Green water apples are available in the summer.