A Eugenia stipitata green fruit hanging from a tree branch
Eugenia stipitata

One of forty-four native Colombian species of the genus Eugenia. This acidic, nutritional fruit is primarily used for juice and is called Arazá in Colombia. It is usually only sold close to where it grows and is not well known. Photographed in the Valley of Cauca.

Two white four-petal Eugenia stipitata flowers with yellow stamens
A white Eugenia stipitata flower with cream-color anthers