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Grumichama Fruit Plants (Eugenia brasiliensis)

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Common Names: Brazil Cherry, Spanish Cherry

Botanical Name: Eugenia Brasiliensi

General Information:

Grumichama Fruit is from a tropical, compact, and highly ornamental tree. It's a medium-sized tree endemic to southern Brazil.

The small fruits are purple to black and have a sweet cherry to plum-like flavor. It's a small-sized tree suitable for urban landscaping.

The Grumichama cherry can be cultivated in various tropical and subtropical climates, including Florida and Hawaii. Often grown primarily as a backyard ornamental fruit tree.

The fruits are small with dark red, thick skin. The interior pulp is juicy, whitish, and slightly tart, resembling the taste of a cherry. The inner flesh of the fruit is white-yellowish and is commonly used for fresh eating. It can also be used in making jams, jellies, and pies.

Health Benefits:

Grumichama fruits contain Vitamin B3 (Niacin) and phosphorus, which can help reduce the symptoms of osteoarthritis.

Cultivation Information:

Bloom Time/Fruiting: 4-5 Years

Maintenance Required: Moderate

Planting and Care

These cherry trees prefer full sun but can tolerate light shade. When planting trees dig a broad, shallow hole so the crown of the tree remains at the soil line. Seedlings, young trees, and fruiting mature trees need plenty of rain or supplemental water for growth and to prevent fruit drop.

Special Feature

It is rich in vitamin C and antioxidants.


Grown primarily as a backyard ornamental fruit tree. Also used for fresh eating but can also be used in making jams, jellies and pies.