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Eugenia brasiliensis Brazil cherry
Planting position: Full sun or semi-shade.1m spacing between plants.
Requires Regular watering and fertile, well-draining soil.Keep growing tips pinched out in first year, and prune for two years thereafter, twice annually until established.
Propagate from seed.
It produces blackish-red fruit and its glossy leaves are purplish-red in autumn.