Surinam cherry


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Noun1.Surinam cherry - tropical American shrub bearing edible acid red fruit resembling cherriesSurinam cherry - tropical American shrub bearing edible acid red fruit resembling cherries
acerola, barbados cherry, West Indian cherry, surinam cherry - acid red or yellow cherry-like fruit of a tropical American shrub very rich in vitamin C
dicot, dicotyledon, exogen, magnoliopsid - flowering plant with two cotyledons; the stem grows by deposit on its outside
2.Surinam cherry - Brazilian tree with spicy red fruit; often cultivated in California and Florida
Eugenia, genus Eugenia - tropical trees and shrubs with aromatic leaves and often valuable hard wood
fruit tree - tree bearing edible fruit
3.surinam cherry - acid red or yellow cherry-like fruit of a tropical American shrub very rich in vitamin C
berry - any of numerous small and pulpy edible fruits; used as desserts or in making jams and jellies and preserves
acerola, barbados cherry, Malpighia glabra, Surinam cherry, West Indian cherry - tropical American shrub bearing edible acid red fruit resembling cherries
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Similar to mahogany in the present study, Surinam cherry performed significantly better in non-flooded than flooded conditions for most leaf gas exchange and growth variables and did not show any of these flood adaptations; hence, it was not flood-adapted (Martin 2009).
Pitanga (Eugenia uniflora): Also known as Surinam Cherry, Pitanga is a beautiful small fruit and tree that produces a sweet and mild juice, which is highly appreciated in Brazil.
Good hedges to clip or shear: sweet viburnum, silverthorn, orange jasmine, silver, buttonwood, Surinam cherry, dwarf schefflera, Chinese holly, pittosporum, nandina, cherry-laurel, box thorn, Japanese privet.
Adjacent to her passion vine is a Surinam cherry (Eugenia uniflora).
Urban backyard gardeners often raise guava, loquat, Surinam cherry, and other fruit trees.
Trees were in fruit throughout both experiments, but the tests in Surinam cherry were conducted toward the end of the fruiting season (18 Jun to 13 Aug, 2008) and the experiments in guava were conducted in the beginning of the fruiting season (experiment 1--Jun 25 to Aug 20, 2008; experiment 2--Aug 27 to Sep 17, 2009).
suspensa had been reared from over 80 other fruits, including papaya, Barbados cherry and Surinam cherry which we sampled (Norrbom 2004).