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Cedar Bay Cherry Fruit Plant (Eugenia Reinwardtiana)

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Plant Type

Common Names: Beach Cherry, Australian Beach, Mountain Stopper

Botanical Name: Eugenia Reinwardtiana

General Information: A large evergreen shrub native to Australia. Belongs to the Myrtaceae family

Cedar Bay cherries have a smooth and lustrous external skin with a vivid orange-red color. They are rounded and bulbous in shape.

The fruit contains a pit that resembles a cherry. The flavor of Cedar Bay cherries is mildly sweet, with undertones of berry and grape. The luscious, velvety flesh has a very pleasant, berry or grape-like flavor.

Nutritional Content:

Cedar Bay cherries are a great source of antioxidants. Consuming them may help purify the blood. The juicy and flavorful pulp can be used to make jams and other preserves.

Cultivation Information:

Bloom Time/Fruiting: 2-3 Years

Maintenance Required: Moderate

Planting and Care

It does not withstand frost and therefore should not be planted in frost prone areas.

Special Feature

Cedar bay cherry is also a great source of antioxidants, one can consume them in order to purify blood.


A juicy and flavorful pulp having a very pleasant, berry or grape-like flavor, used to flavor to make jams and other preserves.
Apart from the fruit the tree also has a hard wood that is used commercially for its tough nature.