Eugenia victoriana (Guayabilla, Sundrop) Seeds
Eugenia victoriana is a small South American fruit tree that is known for the strong appealing aroma of its 6 cm acidic fruit. Excellent flavor for drinks, jam, and other products but likely too sour for most to eat out of hand. Its common names include guayabilla and sundrop. Eugenia victoriana has the largest fruit of all known Eugenia species. The tree first flowers in its third or fourth year and like many Eugenias it benefits from cross pollination. The fruits are orange-colored, and have sour flesh and two to four large seeds.
Seeds weight an average of 0.9 grams, 13-19mm length, 10-13mm width, light brown color with small veins on exterior of seeds.