Originally native to southeastern Brazil and northernmost Argentina, this shrub or small tree is now widely cultivated around the world for its edible fruits, as well as for its ornamental qualities. Acca sellowiana grows to about 5 m tall and forms a dense, rounded crown of small leaves that are grayish furry underneath. The pinkish flowers have prominent red stamens and are followed by plum-sized, yellowish-green fruits that are amazingly delicious, highly aromatic, lightly acidic, and remind of pineapple and strawberries. They are eaten raw or used in jams, juices, or sauces.
|Propagation:||Seeds / cuttings|
|Sowing Time:||All year round|
|Sowing Deep:||Surface sow|
|Sowing Mix:||Coir or sowing mix add sand or perlite|
|Location:||Keep constantly moist, not wet|
|Germination Time:||ca. 4-12 weeks|