Grumichama Brazilian Cherry Tropical Fruit Trees 30-36 Inch Height in 3 Gallon Pot #BS1 by iniloplant at Think Earth Shop. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. The plant is fairly drought tolerant, but needs regular watering when flowering and fruiting, but avoid over-irrigation as it may create problems
Product Description & Reviews
The plant is fairly drought tolerant, but needs regular watering when flowering and fruiting, but avoid over-irrigation as it may create problems with the root system. The plant is tolerant of a variety of soils, it grows best in partly acidic soil; it does not like large amounts of salt spray. A relatively hardy plant, it can tolerate as low as low 25's F when mature, though younger plants should be protected from frosts.
Features & Highlights
- You are purchasing on Grumichama (Eugenia Brasiliensis) Brazilian Cherry Tropical Fruit Trees
- Plant Around 4 years old, 30~36 inch height in 3 gallon pot. Plants shipping without container. will be wrapped and fastened safely in our packaging
- Grumichama is a subtropical that prefers partial shade but will produce fruit in full sun. The tree prefers deep sandy loam but will survive shallow sandy soils given enough moisture. Fruit production generally begins in the 4th year from seedling The trees will grow about 1 foot per year but can be kept pruned as a hedge while still producing abundant fruit.
- The tree is well known for the speed at which the flowers develop into fruit.flowering occurs in May to July with fruit being ready to harvest from 3 to 4 weeks after flowering. The taste of Grumichama fruit is a cross between a guava and a grape, usually has one or two small seeds which are easy to remove or spit out when eating.
- The purplish-black fruit is borne in clusters and is delicious eaten fresh. The sweet white flesh is highly prized for jams, jellies and pies.
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