Wax jambu fruits
I harvested the first fruits of wax jambu last week. The tree was planted 2 years ago from a 5-gallon pot and it is 10 feet tall now. It must like the alkaline clay soil of San Diego. It flowered last and did not produce any fruits until this year. The variety is call "black pearl" and is dark red in color. The fruits are crunchy, juicy and very refreshing and mildly sweet. Hopefully, there will be more fruits next year since it only had 7 in total. I have a picture in the following link.
Here is a link that might be useful: subtropical garden