Gondo Fruit Plant (Stylogyne longifolia)
Common Name: Gondo
Botanical Name: Stylogyne longifolia
Species of shrub and tree in the family Primulaceae. Self-supporting growth form, Native to Colombia, Venezuela, Brazil, Peru, and Ecuador. Grows between 0 to 1700 meters above sea level, Used for medicinal purposes and as food. Small fruits are consumed fresh and used for making sweets and jams, Taste is described as a nice blend between sweet and sour with a blueberry note
Stylogyne Longifolia is a versatile plant with applications in both traditional medicine and culinary uses.
Gond Katira is mentioned as aiding in nerve cell recovery and regeneration, strengthening the immune system, and controlling flu, colds, coughs, and infections.
Bloom Time/Fruiting: 2 to 3 Years
Maintenance Required: Moderate