Yellow Jaboticaba Fruit Plants (Myrciaria Glazioviana)
Common Names: Cabeluda,Peludinha
Botanical Name: Myrciaria Glazioviana
Family: Myrtaceae. Beautiful and valuable ornamental plant. Big shrub or small tree with numerous slender trunks. Young leaves and stems have pubescence.
Perfect little white flowers grow in axillary clusters, Round, pubescent, completely ripe fruits, One or two shades of yellow.
Tasty, resembling huge gooseberries with an apricot-like flavor, Exceptionally nutrient-dense and vitamin-rich
Health Benefits: Potent antioxidants, anti-inflammatory, and anti-aging traits, Improves skin health, and lung power, stimulate digestion, prevents cancer, and enhance overall health
Bloom Time/Fruiting: 2-3 years
Maintenance Required: Moderate
Summary: Cabeluda, also known as Peludinha, is a species of plant in the Myrtaceae family. It is a beautiful and valuable ornamental plant, presenting as a big shrub or small tree with numerous slender trunks. The young leaves and stems have pubescence, and perfect little white flowers grow in axillary clusters. The round, pubescent, completely ripe fruits come in one or two shades of yellow, resembling huge gooseberries with a sweet and aromatic apricot-like flavor. These fruits are exceptionally nutrient-dense and vitamin-rich. The plant can be cultivated from seeds or by grafting. Jaboticaba juice derived from Cabeluda is rich in potent antioxidants, anti-inflammatory, and anti-aging properties, contributing to improved skin health, lung power, digestion stimulation, cancer prevention, and overall well-being. Cultivation typically involves a moderate level of maintenance, with bloom time and fruiting occurring in 2-3 years.
Planting and Care
Planting and Care