Marcgrave Sugar Apple Live Plant (Duguetia marcgraviana)
Duguetia marcgraviana is native to semideciduous forest in eastern Peru, Bolivia and western Brazil. It is a small or medium tree, rarely to 20 m tall with narrow leaves that have silvery undersides and purplish flowers followed by edible, reddish, segmented fruits that are highly sought after for their sweet and creamy, peach-flavored pulp.
Common Name: Marcgrave Sugar Apple
Botanical Name: Duguetia marcgraviana
Bloom Time/Fruiting: 3 to 4 Years
Maintenance Required: Moderate