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Amazon Tree Grape Fruit Plants (Pourouma Cecropiifolia)

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Common Name:


Botanical Name:

Pourouma Cecropiifolia


Amazon Tree Grape, of the family Moraceae, is the best-known of about 50 species of Pourouma found in Central America and tropical South America.

The tree grows wild in the western part of Amazonas, Brazil, and adjacent areas of Ecuador and Peru.

It is characterized by gray bark marked with leaf scars and alternate leaves with long petioles.

The leaves are nearly circular but deeply cleft into obovate oblong-lanceolate lobes.

The tree has a low, dense crown and bears purple, grape-like fruits in clusters with rough skin.

The fruit has white, juicy, and sweet pulp that is easily peeled.

Health Benefits:

Amazon Tree Grape is known to offer various health benefits, including preventing heart disease, aiding in weight loss, managing diabetes, and helping to lose belly fat.

Cultivation Information:

Bloom Time/Fruiting: 2-3 Years

Maintenance Required: Moderate

Planting and Care

Best adapted to tropical climates and prefers a rich soil with good drainage. Requires full sun exposure from early age, has little to no frost tolerance, has high water requirements.

Special Feature

The warmed bark is used as a poultice for treating hard boils.


The fruits are edible and are eaten fresh. The fruits are also made into a jam. Some people also make wine from Amazon grapes. The wood is light, coarse and non-durable. It is used only for making charcoal.