Plant 2 years coccoloba uvifera
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The Coccoloba uvifera or sea grape is resistant to salinity and strong winds bush, should beware of frost but perfectly fits in relatively nearby areas of the Mediterranean coast where frosts do not exist.
At the end of every summer large clusters of purple fruits emerge. The name "grape Beach" comes from the shape of the grains of about 2 cm thick and bunched so reminiscent of the grape vine but does not have to do anything with it. The fruits are fleshy, juicy and sweet, strong aroma and flavor. It is used to make jams, for drinks and desserts in the Caribbean countries.
This shrub is often part of the landscape of the Caribbean beaches, giving the environment a great beauty where grows near the sea.
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