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The miracle fruit is a plant having a berry that, when consumed, transforms sour foods into sweet ones. Miraculin, a product used commercially as a sugar substitute, is responsible for this effect. Miracle fruit, miraculous berry, sweet berry, and agbayun, taami, asaa, and ledidi are some of the common names for this plant and its berries in West Africa, where it is native.

The miracle fruit tree is indigenous to tropical West Africa, where it is locally used to sweeten other drinks like palm wine.

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The miracle fruit seedlings develop into a tiny, evergreen shrub that grows slowly and is known as a shrub. Your Miracle Fruit seedlings can be kept in a container with ease. In a container, they can reach a height of 4-6 feet, but in the wild, they can reach heights of 10-15 feet. A plant that is seven years old might only be 4-5 feet tall. This shrub can be trained to grow into a normal tree and takes on an oval to pyramidal shape.

When the plant is about sixteen inches tall, it begins to bear fruit. It virtually always yields fruit. Two sizable crops are generated yearly in their natural habitat following a lot of rain. Within thirty to forty-five days, the plants transform the blossoms into fruit.
As long as you keep the soil fresh and nurture your miracle fruit plants in partial shade, they are simple to grow. Furthermore, they thrive in acidic soil and do not do well in alkaline soil.

Miracle Fruit Seedlings’ Qualities
The seedlings of the miracle fruit reach heights of between 1.8 and 4.5 meters (6 and 15 feet).
The plant’s leaves range in length from 5 to 10 cm, and their breadth is typically between 2 and 3.7 cm.
The terminals of the branchlets bear clusters of leaves that are glabrous on the underside.
The plant produces red-hued fruits that are each 2 cm long and with white-hued blossoms.
Each of the fruits has a single seed.
Low sugar content and a subtly sweet taste characterize the fruit.

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