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It had no flowers at the time. The photos were taken in the fruit and vegetable section of Mounts botanical garden in west palm beach. They had three trees and unfortunately non were labeled.
Is it an edible fruit? Do you have any shots of the flowers?
Here's another unknown to me. Bokeelia, Southwest Florida.Showing reverse side of leaves:
Cambuca trunk doesn't look like that. Cambuca trunk looks similar to jaboticaba, with peeling bark. I guess it is not java plum either because trunks on java plum look more corky than in the photo.
I talked with one of the horticulturists at Mounts and they said the mystery tree is Meiogyne cylindrocarpa...
Quote from: pineislander on March 20, 2017, 02:23:35 PMHere's another unknown to me. Bokeelia, Southwest Florida.Showing reverse side of leaves:Could it be java plum (Syzigium cuminii)?