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Acai Berry Fruit Live Plants (Euterpe Oleracea)

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Plant Type

Common Names: Acai palm, Assai palm,  Cabbage palm, Palma Manaca

Botanical Name: Euterpe Oleracea

General Information:

Acai Berry is a fruit native to the rainforests of South America. It is obtained from a palm tree in the Amazon.

The berries have dark purple skin and yellow flesh. The pulp is used to produce purplish juice, and Acai can be enjoyed as a smoothie or juice. Acai pulp is nutritionally powerful.

Health Benefits:

Acai berries are considered superfoods with numerous potential health benefits. These benefits include improved skin appearance, weight loss, and high antioxidant content that can positively impact the brain, heart, and overall health.

Acai berries are nutrient-dense and contain healthy fats and fiber. Studies suggest potential anti-cancer effects and brain function enhancement. Acai berries are rich in antioxidants, which protect cells from damage.

They are believed to have more antioxidant content than other berries like cranberries, raspberries, blackberries, strawberries, or blueberries. Chemicals in acai may reduce swelling, lower blood sugar levels, and stimulate the immune system.

Cultivation Information:

Bloom Time/Fruiting: 3-5 Years

Maintenance Required: Moderate

Planting and Care

Acai palms grow best in a position with part shade and moist, slightly acidic soil. They prefer warm temperatures of 70 degrees fahrenheit and above. Acai palms grown in containers will need good drainage holes at the bottom of the container.

Special Feature

Acai is high in antioxidants and a number of phytochemicals.


The pulp of the fresh fruit in a variety of sweets and beverages, including wine, and the juice is commonly mixed with tapioca. For export, the fruit pulp is usually dried and powdered as a dietary supplement, or it is flash frozen for smoothies and juices.