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Sea Grape In Bloom

It is said that the sea grape was the first plant encountered by Christopher Columbus when he discovered America…

The Sea Grape produces fragrant flowers from late spring to early summer and if you walk the Naples Beaches right now you will be surrounded by this sweet fragrance.

Are Sea Grapes safe to eat? The answer is YES.

The berries (grapes) hang down in clusters in summer and turn from bright green to deep purple as they ripen. They can be cooked into delicious jellies and jams.

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