Looks nothing special with our little acerola tree.
Our Acerola or barbados cherry (Malpighia emarginata) have been growing here in our tiny garden since 2011.
We grow it on a pot.
At the first, we put it on the back yard.
Then we moved it, in to the southern balcony to get more sun shine.
Such a shame, the growth was not good enough.
This little tree blooming almost all year long since the second year, but we only find two fruits two years ago. We can check here
After the front fence reconstruction on January last year, we moved the pot in to the front yard.
Such a shame, this plant got more shade here, so... we had no hope to find the fruits.
We found lots of flowers, but all fallen. Sometimes we found the tiny fruits have fallen too.
Right now... our tiny garden get more sunshine after our neighbor cut down several big trees near our home garden.
A big surprise that this week we found a great thing.
Two red Acerola were hanging on the tree.
Sorry... I couldn't take any good shots.
Now... we got two fruits
So we can taste the sweet sour pulp.