Pitanga Cherry (Eugenia uniflora) refers to a juicy red fruit with a unique taste grows on a large decorative shrub. The cherries are 1/2 to 1 inch in diameter, and ribbed from top to bottom. Pitanga Cherries are also called Surinam cherries, or Brazilian cherries. Pitanga cherries make excellent jelly. They are not usually available outside the tropics.

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