Eugenia copacabensis - Copacabana Guava

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1 seed per pack. Not a guava, but a pear-shaped, fleshy fruited Eugenia, native to the coastal region of central and southern Brazil. Once found wild in such places as the famous Copacabana Beach. The small, orange fruits have a mild, lightly sweet flavor. Can bear crops multiple times a year. Ornamental, both in flower and fruit. Small to medium sized, bushy tree up to 6 m / 20 ft. Probably doesn't show a lot of frost tolerance. Seeds are fresh, cannot be stored and should be planted on receipt. #5395