Bunchosia argentea (Peanutbutter tree)

(6 customer reviews)


  • Creamy flesh like peanut butter
  • Sweet, slightly nutty taste!
  • Fast growing (sub) tropical plant
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The Bunchosia argentea is also called the Peanutbuttertree. It is a plant of the Malphigia family (Acerola) and is therefore also called Malpighia argentea or Ciruela Del Monte. It is an ornamental, fast-growing (sub) tropical plant commonly found in South America. Older plants can tolerate a little frost. The soil in which the Peanutbuttertree is located must be well-draining. The plant can reach a height of 2 to 10 meters, but it already produces fruit when the plant is 1.5 meters high. The fruits color from light orange to deep red. Once deep red, the fruits have a soft texture and can be eaten. The flesh is creamy like peanut butter and has a sweet, slightly nutty taste.

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6 reviews for Bunchosia argentea (Peanutbutter tree)

  1. Anonymous (verified owner)

  2. Anonymous (verified owner)

    Great alternative if you have a peanut alergy!

  3. Erik (verified owner)

    Seeds looked fresh and plump. Too soon to know if they will sprout.

  4. Jonathan C. (verified owner)

    All good!

  5. Anonymous (verified owner)

  6. Anonymous (verified owner)

    The seeds arrived in perfect condition and very well packaged

  7. Artur Liosmor (verified owner)

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