Thegrumichama is native and wild in coastal southern Brazil, especially in the states of Parana and Santa Catarina. It is cultivated in and around Rio de Janeiro, also in Paraguay. A specimen was growing in Hope Gardens, Jamaica, in 1880 and a tree was planted in the Botanical Gardens, Singapore, in 1888, fruited in 1903. It has long since vanished from both of these locations.
An attempt to grow it in the Philippines in the early 1920's did not meet with success.
Fruit Color : Dark-purple
Year to Bear : 5+ Years
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