Commonly known as the "Araza" or "Tropical Cherry," is a fruit-bearing tree native to South America, especially the Amazon rainforest. Its unique fruits are prized for their juicy, tangy, and slightly sweet flavor, making them popular for fresh consumption, juices, and jams. The tree's glossy leaves and small, white flowers add ornamental value to gardens. Eugenia stipitata is valued for its resilience in various soil types and its ability to thrive in tropical climates. It represents a source of local nutrition and supports biodiversity in its native habitat.