I bought it online.
This picture above is the appearance when the seedling had just came.
I bought Vermillion cherry (Dewandaru), Barbados cherry, Annona squamosa and Long Black Mulberry.
But the last two plant were die.
Dewandaru is really easy growing.
The plant is relatively pest resistant.
Dewandaru is often used in gardens as a hedge or screen.
The tree was introduced for ornamental purposes.
Dewandaru is adapted to tropical and subtropical regions.
Young plants are damaged by temperatures below -2º C, but well-established plants have suffered only superficial injury at -5º C.
Growing best in full sun and rapidly-draining soil.
It requires only moderate rainfall and, being deep-rooted, can stand a long dry weather.
Dewandaru grows in almost any type of soil and can even stand waterlogging for a time, but it is intolerant of salt.
They are most productive if unpruned, but still produce a great many fruits when close-clipped in hedges.
Quarterly feeding with a complete fertilizer formula promotes fruiting.
The plant responds quickly to irrigation, the fruit rapidly becoming larger and sweeter in flavor after a good watering.
Dewandaru is bothered by scale and caterpillars.
But I still find some caterpillars, they eat young leaves.
But the damages is not really serious.
Actually low maintenance.
This is a really lovely plant.