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Chilean Cranberry (Ugni molinae) tastes like Strawberries...

Chilean Cranberry or Ugni molinae is related to the Myrtaceae ( Myrtle ) family, surprisingly as the name says it is not related to cranberry family (which has the texture of tiny red berries). This rare and usual fruit plant has an exotic and delicious taste of wild .

Chilean Cranberry or Ugni molinae is not relatively known to the commercial market but in the future as the will grow in aspect of cultivation; this rare plant will make an impact in the commercial world. One of the amazing facts about the Chilean Cranberry or Ugni molinae is that it is the favorite fruit of Queen Victoria back in 1844, England.

It appears to have pink-tinged blossoms and having an exotic fragrance of strawberries.


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Comments

Isabella wrote on October 26, 2014, 3:26 PM

I would love to taste this fruit! Where does it grow? I would definitely want a plant to grow my own.

idyll wrote on October 27, 2014, 6:15 AM

i like all kinds of berries but never tasted the one you mentioned....among all berries, i like strawberries most.