Seagrape leaves

Seagrape leaves


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Seagrape. Leaves of the seagrape (Coccoloba uvifera). This plant is usually found on the beaches of tropical America, where it grows as a small, sprawling shrub. However, when growing further inland it can reach heights of over 15 metres. It possesses leathery leaves and round, edible fruit which hang in grape-like clusters, giving it its common name. Photographed on Mustique in St Vincent and the Grenadines.

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