Acerola Cherry

Malpigia glabra, commonly known as Barbados cherry, is a small tree or shrub that produces edible, cherry-like fruits. It is native to the Caribbean and Central and South America and is valued for its high vitamin C content. The tree has glossy leaves and small, pink flowers that bloom year-round. The fruit is red or yellow, juicy, and sour, and is often used in juices, jams, and desserts. The plant is also valued for its ornamental qualities and is often grown as a hedge or specimen plant.

Acerola Cherry

(Malpigia glabra)



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