One of a number of guava and perfume guava relatives, this bearing small, round, orange fruits (to 1") with a sweet flavor.
A semi-deciduous tree growing to 15-35 feet. Has frilly white flowers characteristic of the guava's. In its native range, flowering generally occurs from September through November, with fruits ripening shortly after flowering, in 1-2 months.
Unknown. Probably not frost hardy.
Fruits are eaten fresh out of hand. While appreciated, the tree is not cultivated.
Native to Atlantic forests from Espirito Santo through Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.