Myrtaceae Eugenia jambos L.
Source: Magness et al. 1971
Tropical evergreen tree to 30 feet in height. The fruits are ovoid or globular, up to 2 inches in length and are white or pale yellow. The fruit has a thin layer of pale yellow flesh and 1 to 3 brown seeds, which lie loose in a large, hollow seed cavity. The fruit is sometimes eaten out of hand but is more generally used to make jelly and jams. It also can be stewed or preserved in syrup.