Plinia sp. Campo de Ramón (a.k.a. Argentina) Jaboticaba is an Argentinian variety known for its small ornamental wavy elongated leaves. The new growth is salmon color or pink and glabrous. Campo de Ramón makes an excellent variety for Bonsai purposes due to its small leaves and growth habit. The 3 cm. diameter fruits are globose, dark purple when ripe, and have 1-4 small seeds. The pulp can have a pinkish color and tastes like Sabará Jaboticaba with notes of Maraschino cherries. Campo de Ramón is known to grow slightly faster than Sabará Jaboticaba and is known to survive down to -5º C or -6º C frosts (21º F). The mother tree is 25 years old and started bearing at just 5 years old at Misiones State, Argentina.