Cedar Bay Cherry
Bulbous red fruit, usually about 1" around, with juicy and flavorful pulp having a very pleasant, berry or grape-like flavor.
Small shrub or tree, often to only 10-20ft.
The shrub would appear to be able to survive temperature drops to 30-32F.
Minimal cultural information is available, but the shrub seems to grow well in cooler than tropical climates, where mean temperatures are below 70F.
By seeds, which are quite slow to germinate. Seeds can be dried but germinate best when fresh.
Eaten fresh, used to flavor drinks, sweets, and preserves.
Native to rain forest areas of Eastern Australia. Especially prevalent around the Cedar Bay region, hence the name.