A website for gardening has published a guide to growing Brazilian cherry trees. These are South American plants that grow to about 25 feet in height and can be used as hedges. Their fruit is not a true cherry, but it is edible and is often used in preserves. The fruit is not typically sold commercially. The article goes on to advise how to plant and care for the tree. A photo of the fruit appears at the top of the article.
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