Eugenia involucrata grow and care – shrub of the genus Eugenia and also known as Cherry of the Rio Grande, Eugenia involucrata perennial evergreen – semi-deciduous plant also used as ornamental plant, can grow in tropic, mediterranean or subtropical climate and growing in hardiness zone 9+.
Flower color white about 1 cm with prominent stamens.
Eugenia involucrata fruits
Fruit color purple-black in the top of the fruit there is crown.
Eugenia involucrata for sale – Seeds or Plants to Buy
How to grow Eugenia involucrata growing and care:
What is the best way to start growing?
Plant / Seed / Vegetative Reproduction
Is it necessary to graft or use vegetative reproduction? No
Difficulties or problems when growing: the taste is not easy to anyone
Spring, summer, in the tropic all year Planting season:
Aphids, ants Pests and diseases:
Winter Pruning season:
How to prune:
Weak and dead branches
1-3 m, 3-10 feet Size of the plant?
Growth speed in optimal condition: Fast growing / Medium growing
Average amount of water Water requirement:
Light conditions in optimal condition for growing: Full Sun / Half Shade
No Is it possible to grow indoor as houseplant?
Growing is also possible in a planter /flowerpot / containers: Yes
Spring / Summer Bloom season:
General information about the flower White flowers about 1 cm with prominent stamens
Pollination is done by: Bees
Fruit harvest season: Spring / Summer
Fruits pests or diseases: Birds, fruit fly
What can be done with big quantities of Eugenia involucrata fruits? Eaten raw, cake, juice
Work requirements on the fruit: Cover the tree with net
2-3 years How long does it take to bear fruit?
Spring flowers Summer flowers
Eaten raw Fruit Ice pop & Ice cream plants Jams Juice
Mediterranean Climate Subtropics Climate Tropics Climate
Spring Harvest Summer Harvest
Ornamental leaves Ornamental plant
Plant growing speed
Average growing plants Fast growing plants
Deciduous Evergreen Perennial plant Shrub
Bonsai Edible plants Ornamental plants
Autumn Planting Spring Planting Summer planting Winter planting
Plants sun exposure
Full sun Plants Part shade Plants
Hardiness zone 10 Hardiness zone 11 Hardiness zone 12 Hardiness zone 13 Hardiness zone 9