An exotic Brazilian native fruit with a roughly round shape, yellow skin, and a translucent white pulp that has a sweet flavor. The pulp tends to adhere to seeds and flesh, making it somewhat difficult to eat.
Seeds are not available for the Peritassa campestris. Please visit our seed store to view current selections.
A small shrub growing to 3-5 feet. Flowering occurs from August to October in its native range, with fruits ripening a couple of months later from October through November.
The fruits can be eaten fresh, but this tree is generally not cultivated.
Native to savanna and scrubland areas of Brazil.