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Black Berry Jam Fruit Plants (Randia Formosa)

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Plant Type

Common Names: Blackberry Jam Fruit, Raspberry Bush, Jasmin De Rosa

Botanical Name: Randia Formosa

General Information: Native to Central and South America, especially in Panama, Colombia, Venezuela, and Ecuador.

Small evergreen bushy shrub, typically 4-5 ft tall in the ground and 3-4 ft in a container. Can be trained into a miniature tree. Highly fragrant large white flowers. Subglobose fruits measure about 3cm x 2cm.

Deep purple to black pulp-filled interiors with a sweet and tangy taste, reminiscent of blackberry jam.

Health Benefits:

Rich in polyphenols, flavonoids, anthocyanins, and other powerful antioxidants. Antioxidants help reduce cholesterol levels and prevent plaque buildup in the arteries. High fiber content contributes to lower blood pressure and healthy cholesterol levels.

Cultivation Details:

Bloom Time/Fruiting: 3-4 years.

Maintenance Required: Moderate.

Planting and Care

Tolerates shade and will flower and fruit in filtered light, requires acidic soil, can take both sun and shade, the plant is cold hardy and is said to withstand as low as 26F.

Special Feature

The plant has many medicinal values: anti-diabetic and anti-obese mechanisms, aphrodisiac and testosterone boosting properties.


You don't have to make a preserve with this fruit - the fresh pulp tastes exactly like Blackberry Jam. Yet it's not too sweet and actually tastes even better than any preserve.