Also known as durian kulu or rian nyekak, this durian stands out from almost all other because the medium-sized tree sports huge, glossy leaves and produces loads of large, strongly scented, brilliant red flowers up on the main branches. The fruit is usually ovoid to slightly square, ripening to a bright golden yellow. Among the durian it is one of the mildest in fragrance with bright yellow flesh of very good texture and sweet flavor, lacking the overwhelming aromas of many of the other Durio species. Mature trees are extremely productive and flourish in good alluvial soils, with high humidity and tropical temperatures. Trees start producing after 6-8 years. Seeds are virtually impossible to obtain outside of its natural range in Borneo.