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Barbados Cherry

Malpighia glabra


The small pink flowers, bloom in spurts from April through October. They attract butterflies and hummingbirds. Barbados cherry produces a bright red fruit that is edible and high in vitamin C. These fruits are truly a wonderful food source for birds during the hot months of summer.


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Texas, USA

Spotted on Sep 8, 2015
Submitted on Nov 6, 2015

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