1 seed per pack. Please note: A few seeds in this batch have begun to germinate. A noteworthy wild variety of the Surinam Cherry, and possibly a unique species, this produces small, red ripening fruits similar to the common Surinam Cherry. Wild populations grow in far southern regions of Brazil, making this species potentially one of the most cold tolerant of the Eugenia's. Mature plants may survive to 14 F (-10 C). The leaves tend to be slimmer and more elongated than standard varieties. Bushy growth to 12 ft / 3 m. Seeds are fresh, cannot be stored and should be planted on receipt. #4688
Photo courtesy of Barnhill Farms and Nursery.