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Ubajai Fruit Plant (Eugenia Myrcianthes)

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  • Common Name: Ubajai

    • Botanical Name: Eugenia Myrcianthes
    • Origin: South America (Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay)

  •  General Information : Densely branched tree, Dark and sealed bark, Height: 4 to 8 m, Edible fruits, 2" / 5 cm in diameterPeach-like flavor, Juicy with some tartness, Ripens to yellow-orange, Belongs to the family Myrtaceae, Evergreen foliage with globose leaves, Blooms in early spring with white, solitary flowers in the leaf axils, Up to fifty stamens per flower, Fruits are globose and yellow, reaching up to 5 cm in diameter.

  • Cultivatin Details:

    • Bloom Time/Fruiting: 2 to 3 Years.
    • Maintenance Required: Moderate.
  • Summary:

    • Ubajai, scientifically known as Eugenia Myrcianthes, is a South American tree with a dense, dark-barked canopy reaching 4 to 8 m in height. The edible fruits, about 2" / 5 cm in diameter, exhibit a peach-like flavor, are juicy with some tartness, and mature to a yellow-orange hue. This species belongs to the Myrtaceae family and is found in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Paraguay, and Uruguay. The plant features evergreen foliage, blooms in early spring with white flowers, and produces fruits about two months later. Maintenance involves a moderate level, with bloom time/fruiting occurring in 2 to 3 years.