Dark purple, almost bluish fruits with quite good, grape-berry flavored pulp.
Slow growing, small tree or bush, usually to around 6ft. Fruits are borne in late Spring or early Fall. A single bush may produce several thousand fruits.
Hardiness is unknown, but is likely hardy to 28-32F.
Probably similar to the Jaboticaba, but exact cultural information is unknown.
Usually eaten fresh or used in drinks. The blue grape is little known in cultivation, yet the fruits are of equal or superior quality to any other Myrciaria.
Native to the Americas.