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Coccoloba uvifera

Coccoloba uvifera

Coccoloba uvifera

Coccoloba uvifera

Coccoloba uvifera

Coccoloba uvifera

Coccoloba uvifera

Coccoloba uvifera

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Sea grape (Coccoloba uvifera) belongs to the family Polygonaceae (the Knotweed family). It is a semi-tall evergreen tree that is distributed to southern Florida, the West Indies and South America. This tree grows on sandy shores and dunes, and usually becomes shrubby. It can reach about 5 m in height, though it grows up to 15 m in height where do not suffer salt damage. The leaves are round ovate and glossy with heart-shaped bases. The small white flowers bloom in the bunchy clusters. The fruits ripen in deep red and are edible.
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Shu Suehiro
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