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Re: Tropical fruit 101

> I like this picture so much, I gotta share it. I took it last Friday.
> It's a picture of the acerola--Malpighia glabra--aka Barbados cherry. 
> It's an absolutely delightful fruit that is so high in vitamin C that 
> three fruits will supply your RDA. At maturity, it's a small tree; mine 
> is still in the "large shrub" stage.
> 	 	http://hort.net/+12Px

Very neat, Jim!  It looks so cute.  :)

How large is the fruit?


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