Peanut Butter Fruit (Bunchosia argentea)

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Peanut Butter fruit tastes just like the name implies: like rich, creamy, delicious peanut butter but with the added bonus of a true tropical fruity flavor with a surprisingly light consistency! When ripe, the fruit transforms from a vibrant light color to a cool deep red, like your favorite shade of lipstick.  The fruit is teardrop shaped and just a tad larger than a quarter or a really big grape.

Peanut Butter fruit trees are related to Acerola and native to Venezuela, Colombia, and other parts of South America. Small but intricate yellow flowers start to show in March or early spring and foliage is very attractive year round. The low-maintenance Peanut Butter Fruit tree is essential for any food forest, rare fruit collector, or tropical home landscape. 

Plant Type:
Tropical /Subtropical Evergreen Fruit Tree

Harvest Season:
Summer, Fall, Winter

Mature Size:
Up to 15 ft tall

Soil & Moisture:
Moist, well draining sandy soil. Trees are drought tolerant, water regularly until well-established. 

Light Requirements:
Full Sun, Part Shade


Growth Rate:
Medium, Fast

Zone Hardiness:
Outdoors 9+ with frost protection while young;  Patio/Greenhouse 4+

Our Peanut Butter Fruit Trees are grown from seed or cutting
Medium Pot Size: Capable of abundant production within 1-2 years.
X-Large Pot Size: Mature Tree capable of fruiting. 

Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
Based on 2 reviews
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100%would recommend this product
2 reviews
  • J&
    Jon & P.
    Verified Buyer
    I recommend this product
    Years Gardening 1-5
    Grown This Variety Before? No
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    1 week ago
    So Far So Good

    Arrived healthy... planted into a pot right away with a soil blend of organic compost, coco coir, perlite. We live in Phoenix, AZ. Potted in early spring. We noticed when overnight temps are in the 60's the plants leaves would droop down and look bad. But then in full direct sunlight the leaves were springy and looked great! We're growing this in a pot as an experiment to see if it will survive and fruit through the rough and hot AZ summer. It's mid June now and the plant leaves are bright green and it's growing upward really well. Will probably repot this in a month into a bigger pot so we can eventually bring inside during the winter months. Hoping eventually we can get it to fruit and then put it into the ground next year in the perfect spot!

  • JR
    Jason R.
    Verified Buyer
    I recommend this product
    Years Gardening 10+
    Grown This Variety Before? No
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    3 weeks ago
    excellent condition

    This plant arrived larger than I expected it to be, and it was in excellent health and condition.

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