Yes this is a Surniam Cherry. Never in my life have I come across one as amazing as this. Approx 55 yrs old.
Approx 29 inches tall
Age: 55yrs Approx
Tropical indoor tree.
Surinam Cherry (Fig. 3743), Eugenia uniflora (E. Michelii) of the family Myrtaceae, is a large shrub, sometimes becoming a small tree, but commonly branching close to the ground and forming a broad compact bush 6 to 12 feet high. It is indigenous to Brazil, where it is called pitanga. In Cuba it is cultivated under the name of cerezo de Cayena, or Cayenne cherry; in Florida it is a common garden plant, and is hardy as far north as Putnam County, according to Reasoner. In recent years the fruit has begun to appear in the markets. In California the plant does not seem to fruit very freely, and has never become generally cultivated, though it is sufficiently hardy to be grown in the open ground throughout the southern part of the state.