I've repeatedly read that Agapetes fruits are edible, but can find very little other information. Agapetes can truly be called "tropical blueberries" as the two genera Vaccinium and Agapetes are very closely related.
Are the fruits not only edible, but actually tasty? Are some species better tasting or more productive?
One of my biggest concerns is whether the species are self-fertile and/or whether cross-pollination improves yields.
My questions started when I was over at my mom's, where my Agapetes serpens lives. It is putting on quite a show, which should continue for a while. I told my my mom that this odd but stunning plant is essentially a blueberry, with edible fruit. Beyond that I didn't know a thing.
I do have other Agapetes that could serve as pollinators in theory, growing in my yard. These are smaller plants, and I'm not sure which, if any, have buds right now. None have tons of buds/booms like this Agapetes serpens.
This is only a small part of the plant.