A small, fast-growing tree of non-equatorial tropical forests, which forms an unbroken trunk about 3 meters high, surmounted by a terminal crown of undivided leaves or claps.
The flowers appear together between the leaves and without the foot and are followed by small edible and tasty fruits in natura.
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Leaves and fruits are edible.
The fruit is savored in nature as cooked in the preparation of jellies and a wide variety of sweet and savory dishes. How words are eaten in slices and as accompaniment of savory dishes.
Fruitful yet very rare in cultivation.