Brazilian cherry

Eugenia brasiliensis, commonly known as grumixama, is a fruit-bearing tree native to Brazil. It can grow up to 10 meters tall and has glossy, dark green leaves and small, white, fragrant flowers that bloom in spring. The fruit is small, round, and purple-black when ripe, with a sweet, juicy pulp that is high in antioxidants. Grumixama trees are often cultivated for their fruit, which is used in juices, jams, and desserts. The tree is also valued for its ornamental beauty, making it a popular choice for landscaping and garden design.

Brazilian cherry

(Eugenia brasiliensis)



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