Jaboticaba 'Sabara' known as Brazillian Grapetree is a tropical fruit that’s native to Brazil. It’s easy to see why it’s also called the Brazilian grapetree, as the fruit looks like large dark purple grapes. The curious and quite striking thing about the jaboticaba is that the fruit is carried on the trunk and inner limbs rather than on the ends of branches.
Jaboticaba flowers are white and fluffy and during the peak summer flowering season the flower covered stems are stunning.
'Sabara' is the most prized and most often planted. The fruit is small, thin-skinned and sweet. The tree is of medium size, precocious, and very productive. Fruits mainly during autumn, though there can be multiple fruiting times throughout the year on well fed and watered plants when grown in tropical environment. The antioxidant rich fruit can be eaten fresh or made into jams, jellies, juice and liqueur.
The trees themselves are multi-trunked and evergreen, slowly growing to around 8 m tall. They can be pruned if required.
Keep sheltered from the wind. Water regularly, doesn't like to dry out.
2 litre (4 years old)
Plants will only be sent out to you on a Monday & Tuesday to avoid plants being caught in transit over the weekend. If plants are ordered after 12noon on a Monday they will be couriered to you on the following Monday. Tracking numbers will be emailed out to you as soon as the package is picked up by our Courier and on its way to you.
Please allow up to three working days for North island delivery, three -five days for South island deliveries and an extra day for rural deliveries. Unfortunately, we do not ship to PO BOX addresses. If your plant(s) or any other goods have not arrived in this time frame, please flick Toni an email email@example.com.
Please note that the plant in the photograph is not the exact plant that you will be receiving but a representation of the product. The plant in this photograph is for the purpose of building this website only. Due to the nature of growing plants, they will come in slightly different sizes and formation. Because of our approach to sustainability, we re-use pots where we can. Pot size may vary sometimes.