Small pink skinned fruit usually quite popular with birds. Little information about its edibility is available.
A small, shrubby tree usually growing only to 15-25ft.
Hardy to the lower/mid 20's (F) when mature.
Grows very well in subtropical and tropical climates, being hardy into the mid or even lower 20's (F). Irrigation is needed in hot and dry climates, but the tree does not need constant water.
Edibility unknown. The tree is sometimes planted as an ornamental, mainly for its huge pink fruit clusters which are quite striking in full-fruit. The tree also contains several essential oils used in fragrances.
Native to India, but is fairly widespread throughout the tropics, including the South pacific.