Plinia sp. Branca Melancia (aka Branca Rajada, Watermelon) Jaboticaba Seeds
Plinia sp. Branca Melancia (aka Branca Rajada, Watermelon) Jaboticaba Seeds
Plinia sp. Branca Melancia (aka Branca Rajada, Watermelon) Jaboticaba Seeds
Plinia sp. Branca Melancia (aka Branca Rajada, Watermelon) Jaboticaba Seeds
Plinia sp. Branca Melancia (aka Branca Rajada, Watermelon) Jaboticaba Seeds
Plinia sp. Branca Melancia (aka Branca Rajada, Watermelon) Jaboticaba Seeds
Plinia sp. Branca Melancia (aka Branca Rajada, Watermelon) Jaboticaba Seeds
Plinia sp. Branca Melancia (aka Branca Rajada, Watermelon) Jaboticaba Seeds
Plinia sp. Branca Melancia (aka Branca Rajada, Watermelon) Jaboticaba Seeds
Plinia sp. Branca Melancia (aka Branca Rajada, Watermelon) Jaboticaba Seeds
Plinia sp. Branca Melancia (aka Branca Rajada, Watermelon) Jaboticaba Seeds
Plinia sp. Branca Melancia (aka Branca Rajada, Watermelon) Jaboticaba Seeds
Plinia sp. Branca Melancia (aka Branca Rajada, Watermelon) Jaboticaba Seeds
Plinia sp. Branca Melancia (aka Branca Rajada, Watermelon) Jaboticaba Seeds
Plinia sp. Branca Melancia (aka Branca Rajada, Watermelon) Jaboticaba Seeds
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Plinia sp. Branca Melancia (aka Branca Rajada, Watermelon) Jaboticaba Seeds

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Commentary from Farwell Fruit Farm: This cultivar is one of the most beautiful jaboticaba trees with its stunning symmetrical foilage. New growth is pink and pubescent and hardens off to a green more glabrous leaf. While it may be tempting to call this a Plinia aureana, the darker color stripes and larger fruit size hint that this cultivar is unique. The fruit is also among the most visually appealing of the jaboticabas.

Description from Frutas Raras (www.frutas raras.com):


Plinia sp. Branca Melancia (aka Branca Rajada, Watermelon) is names for its appearance that resembles the rind of a watermelon. Tree 3 - 4 meters high, with a pyramidal crown and knotty trunk. Native to the highest regions of the Zona da Mata of Minas Gerais in the forests close to the municipality of Dona Euzébia. It is cultivated in small orchards, mainly by fruit collectors. Subglabrous fruits, with a thick skin, with a juicy pulp and a very sweet flavor.