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The Eugenia punicifolia has one larger area of distribution in most Brazilian states and other South American countries. More information in Portuguese at the link:. Features: The E. The E. Leaves are narrow or wide with leathery texture, the flowers are white and the fruits without the red bracts. According to the description above, the major differences between the two species spend the systematic description : The stems are cylindrical or slightly flattened , sometimes glabrous hairless , sometimes pubescent covered by trichomes long hair , which may be sparse , reddish or whitish.

The leaves are oblong longer than wide , with a texture like cardboard and reddish when young, always leathery, in the mature state, they do not stain themselves , or bright green on top and yellowish cream color on the bottom or opaque green in the species E. The blade measures 3 to 12 cm in length and 1. The flowers of Eugenia calycina arise to new settlements on the side or edge among the stalks , flowered from 1.

The flowers of Eugenia punicifolia always appear in pairs in the leaf axils , on stalks 0. Culture Tips : They can be grown in full sun from sea level to altitudes of m. They tolerate semi-arid climate , rainy temperate, subtropical dry and wet rainy to tropical climate. They tolerate different soil types , can be sandy-loamy and sandy soil with quartz for E. The pH can range from 4,5 to 6. Propagation: The seeds are recalcitrant lose their ability to germinate quickly.

It must be used by bag of 15 to 30 cm depth of the deep-rooted root system of these species. Germination of E. Planting: Can be planted in full sun in space at a distance of 3 x 3 meters , the hole should measure the depth , width and length of 50 cm each , should be filled 30 cm of well- mixed, fertile soil in 18 liter gritty sand , 4 kg of well mixed manure , g of lime and 1 kg of wood ash.

Leave in for 2 months and do the planting from October to December. Use for planting in pots 50 cm high and 40 cm wide red soil and the same mixture as above , it must be ensured that a 4 cm drainage layer is placed on the bottom of the pot to ensure a rapid withdrawal.

Culture: The plant grows quickly and requires no special care , just regular weeding , so that the plant is not stifled. Remove the crossed branches that grow from the lump. In August, before blossoming fertilize with the distribution of 20 g NPK and 2 kg of compost , as already mentioned in the distance of 20 cm from the main stem , 6 inches deep and 10 inches wide. Use: They will fruit from November to January.

The fruits of E. The pulp of the both species can be used normally in the form of juices , jams, jellies and ice cream to be consumed for a special taste.

Both types can be used for landscaping projects.

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Eugenia punicifolia

The Eugenia punicifolia has one larger area of distribution in most Brazilian states and other South American countries. More information in Portuguese at the link:. Features: The E. The E. Leaves are narrow or wide with leathery texture, the flowers are white and the fruits without the red bracts. According to the description above, the major differences between the two species spend the systematic description : The stems are cylindrical or slightly flattened , sometimes glabrous hairless , sometimes pubescent covered by trichomes long hair , which may be sparse , reddish or whitish.

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Ecological anatomy of Eugenia punicifolia Kunth DC. E-mail: viviane. E-mail: oriel. E-mail: bruno. The species Eugenia punicifolia Kunth DC. This study aimed to characterize the leaf anatomy of myrtle E.

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