Thursday, May 31, 2018

More on Guaruja Red Surinam Cherry fruit variability

While I was out traveling for a few days, my Surinam Cherry "Guaruja Red" (named by me) ripened a good amount of fruit. The fruit size is from 5 mm to over an inch. Most fruit had one seed, but some were seedless, and some had two seeds in them. When fully ripe, the fruits are sweet and pleasant. The pictures are from May 30, 2018



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