Sea Grape - Coccoloba Uvifera


Sea grape - Coccoloba uvifera


Common Name: Sea Grape
Scientific Name:  Coccoloba uvifera
Height: 6-8 ft (1.8 – 2.5 m)
Span:  6-8 ft (1.8 – 2.5 m)
Growth Rate: medium
Sun Tolerance: Full Sun
ABP Index: 3.0 (Aesthetics 3.0, Solidarity 3.0)

Sea grape scientific name is Coccoloba uvifera. It is native to throughout tropical America. Sea grape is very beautiful plants. So people plant it as ornamental tree and landscaping. The wood of the sea grape is sometimes used for firewood, making charcoal and even cabinetry.  It blooms white flowers in Spring and Summer. The fruit gradually ripen to a purplish color. Each contains a large pit that constitutes most of the volume of the fruit. The reddish fruits of the sea grape may be eaten raw, cooked into jellies and jams, or fermented into sea grape wine. Sea grape wine may also be fermented into sea grape vinegar, which is also useful in cooking.

Sea grape : Ornamental Plant

Sea grape : Young Plant

Sea grape : Young Plants

Sea grape : Leaves

Sea grape : Leaves with Flowrer

Sea grape : Flowers

Sea grape : Green Fruits

Sea grape : Green & Ripe Fruits

Sea grape : Ripe Fruits

Sea grape : Yellow Leaves

Sea grape : Near the Sea

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