- Flower nameCoccoloba uvifera
- Scientific nameCoccoloba uvifera
- AliasCoccoloba uvifera, 浜辺葡萄, シーグレープ, Sea Grape, ウミブドウ, 海葡萄
- Place of origintropical America and the Caribbean
- Place of floweringSeashore
- Flowering seasonJanuary, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
What is Coccoloba uvifera
Coccoloba uvifera , commonly called as seagrape, or baygrape, (scientific name: Coccoloba uvifera), is a tropical leafy evergreen small-sized tree in the Polygonaceae native to the tropical America and the Caribbean. Planted along the coast due to wind and salt resistance. The maximum tree height is 8 m, but usually 2-5 m. The leaves are round and the veins are red. It is a hermaphroditic insect flower. In late summer, fruits resembling tufted buds are formed. The fruit is about 2 cm in diameter, initially green, but gradually turns purple. There is a hole in the fruit. Trees are regarded as foliage plants and tide forests, and sap is used for dyeing and tanning the skin. Wood is used for furniture and charcoal. 20-30 fruits are attached to the bunch. It is delicious and can be eaten raw and becomes a raw material for jam, jelly and wine.
Sea grape ,scientific name:Caulerpa lentillifera
It has the same name as 'Sea grape' but is different from the seaweed 'Sea grape' (scientific name: Caulerpa lentillifera).
Common name: Coccoloba uvifera , Scientific name: Coccoloba uvifera, Also: Sea Grape, Tree height: 5-8 m, Leaf quality: Cortex, Leaf shape: Round, Leaf diameter: 20-25 cm, Inflorescence: Antibiotic, Leaf edge: Slightly rippling in all edges, Flower color: White, Inflorescence shape: Inflorescence shape, Small flower diameter: 0.3-0.4 cm, Small flower shape: Five-petal flower, Flowering period: Anniversary, Fruit diameter: 1.5- 2.5 cm, fruit type: berry, use: tide tree, windbreak tree, park tree, garden tree, garden tree, potted plant, houseplant, furniture material, foodstuff.