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LIVE Edible Acai Palm Tree BIG 18-24+in Seedling 3GAL

Price: $29.99

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Acai Palm 
This is the genuine Açaí palm, a very tropical palm from Brazil.




Açaí Palm


AKA: Assai Palm

Euterpe oleracea

Ready for 3 gallon container.

Native range: Brazil to Venezuela, Guyana

Synonym:Euterpe bradiocarpa
Synonym:Euterpe beardii
Synonym:Euterpe cuatrecasana

Edible Fruit and Palm Nuts

Açaí Palm Seedling for sale The Mother Tree for these seedlings on Pupukea. Mahalo Horacio.
Açaí Palm Trunk Detail 
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You are bidding on one lush young palm with vigorous root systems 18-24+ inches tall with 2-4 leaves born and grown in Hawaii.  

Ready for 3 gallon container.


Hardiness: USDA Zone 10b: to 1.7 °C (35 °F)
USDA Zone 11: above 4.5 °C (40 °F)


Açaí is cultivated in humid regions, specially along with rainforests.





      This is the genuine Açaí palm, a very tropical palm from Brazil. The species Euterpe oleracea, called Açaí Palm is famous for its anti-oxidant qualities of the fruit juice and as a host of many health benefits - from weight loss, to increased energy and lower cholesterol. This magical palm is very ornamental, with multiple branches.



        The Açaí palm is a fast grower with multiple clumping stems. It has pinnate leaves that start from a prominent crownshaft that is reddish color. It has adapted to live in periodically waterlogged and flooded soils by developing special root structures called pneumatophores. The Açaí palm will take full sun as it matures, it also likes high humidity.


Açaí Palm Inflorence



The Açaí fruit, a small, round, black-purple drupe about 1/4 inch (7–10 mm) in diameter, similar in appearance and size to a small grape but with less pulp, is produced in branched inflorescence of 700 to 900 fruits. Two crops of fruit are produced each year. The fruit has a single large seed about 7–10 mm in diameter. The skin of the ripe fruits is a deep purple color, or green, depending on the kind of açaí and its maturity.


The Açaí berries are harvested as food. In a study of three traditional Caboclo populations in the Amazon region of Brazil, açaí palm was described as the most important plant species because the fruit makes up such a major component of diet (up to 42% of the total food intake by weight) and is economically valuable in the region (Murrieta et al., 1999).



Açaí Palm Berries
 The round dark purple fruits are largely used worldwide for juices, energetic food, smoothies, ice cream, etc.


      The round dark purple fruits are largely used worldwide for juices, energetic food, smoothies, ice cream, etc. Açaí stems can be used as pillars for small houses, and the leaves can be used to cover the roof. The heart of this palm  is also the primary species used for canned palm hearts. It's pretty fast growing so it can replace the cut canes in a few years. Açaí palms, since it clusters, can go on living to be harvested later. The juice is extracted from the small round fruit which is purple in color. The seeds are soaked in water to soften the thin outer shell. The seeds are then squeezed and strained to produce a dense purple liquid of incomparable flavor. This liquid is served ice cold with sugar and tapioca flour.


Açaí Palm 5 gallon.
From the mother tree of same seedlings. Nice palm Doug. You should plant this tree.


As açaí deteriorates rapidly after harvest, its raw material is generally only available outside the immediate growing region as juice or fruit pulp that has been frozen, dried, or freeze-dried. However, several companies now manufacture juices, health drinks, yogurts, and sorberts made from açaí berries, often in combination with other fruits.



    The juice and pulp of açaí fruits (Euterpe oleracea) are frequently used in various juice blends, smoothies, sodas, and other beverages. In northern Brazil, açaí (or jussara, which is one of the fruit's common folk names) is traditionally served in gourds called "cuias" with tapioca and, depending on the local preference, can be consumed either salty or sweet. Açaí has become popular in southern Brazil where it is consumed cold as "açaí in the bowl", mostly mixed with granola - a fad where açai is considered as an energizer. Açaí is also widely consumed in Brazil as an ice cream flavor or juice.             



Açaí Palm Trunk and Root Detail



Açaí is cultivated in humid regions, specially along with rainforests. It needs high temperatures, rich organic soil, and high moisture. Açaí palms will grow better with some shade and slow wind. Açaí palms live in seasonally flooded habitats and along water margins. Excellent landscaping palm if given a lot of water, Açaí thrives in Brazilian swamps. High in its needs for heat and water, Açaí palms tend to yellow and grow slowly with insufficent water. It flowers throughout the year and the harvesting season is usually from July to December. It produces both female and male flowers which are quite small and are brown to purple in color.



A Beautiful Palm you just must have!

Açaí Palm
Euterpe oleracea


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      We ship via USPS Mondays-Wednesday with Delivery confirmation.

            All live plants are Inspected By USDA Plant Inspectors before they are shipped to insure you get healthy pest free plants and seeds.


   All live plants are shipped bare-root wrapped in moist sphagnum moss to ensure the plant’s healthy transit to you.


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         We can ship live plants to the US only. All International shipments are at Buyer's Risk.

             INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING ON LIVE PLANTS is available only under these conditions! All international orders are shipped at the buyers risk  (shipped with or without documents) and no refunds or replacements are offered for Dead On Arrival, loss, confiscation, Customs Seizure, unanticipated charges, etc.

We ship Seeds Internationally.

         The additional charge for any phytosanitary certificate is not included in this offer.

              For foreign customers, please check your laws concerning permitting and customs, additional shipping and handling costs may apply.



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        We will ship once a week - ON or BEFORE WEDNESDAYS, because of the special stamps needed to ship plants and cuttings to you.  This can only be done at the Dept. of Agriculture.  If payments are not met before that MONDAY, your items will be shipped the following week and lose the combined discount opportunity.

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        We will combine shipping for auctions won on the same week paid with same paypal payment.

   This policy is good for all items bought and paid for in the week ending MONDAY.

Payment must be received within 7 days of the auction ending.

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     For 2-3 winning auctions, the combined discount is 10% of the total Shipping and Handling charges. For 4-7 winning auctions, the combined discount is 20% of the total Shipping and Handling charges. For 7+ winning auctions, the combined discount is 30% of the total Shipping and Handling charges.

         As each order is packed and prepared separately you will pay the quoted S/H charges individually per item. If you buy the same species in that item it does calculate out the discount (i.e.: additional item $3.61). My stores' combined shipping is built in for same items rather than a varied selection. Includes postage, USDA certification and inspection, proper packing and delivery to Airport for prompt delivery. I can’t really change any of these. If you want one of this and one of that, it gets hard to discount much as each different species requires it's own prep & packing, then at USDA each has to be unwrapped and inspected then repacked. USDA requires me to clean and prepare every last piece before we drive them to the Inspection Station on the other side of the island. It takes my wife and I, a day to pack items and get ready to ship. The whole next day we drive around the island and get inspected (2-3 hours), then drive to the Airport Post Office to drop off. It takes the same work with the same type item if you can understand.


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