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Cherry of the Rio Grande (Eugenia involucrata) 3G

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Cherry of the Rio Grande (Eugenia involucrata) - Live Plant

Ships in a 3 gallon pot

Cherry of the Rio Grande is a slow growing fruit tree (or bush) which produces dark reddish-purple berries that both resemble and taste like cherries. It has a dark green foliage and white petaled flowers that bloom in the spring. This tree is native to Brazil. It can be eaten fresh, frozen, or used for jellies and jams.

  • Average mature height: 10-20 ft
  • Light: Full sun
  • Soil: Tolerant to a variety of soil; prefers slightly acidic
  • Hardiness zones: 8-11

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Shipping Stress - Transport can cause stress to plants, especially if spending a few days in a dark stuffy box. Leaf drop may occur.  Most plants survive with no problems or with minimal stress and recover quickly others may require extra love and attention with watering and gentle light after unboxing.

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If it's just a broken branch or even part of a stem - just let it grow, take care of your plant and it will respond to your love.

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