Bignay is an attractive, undemanding, evergreen, ornamental plant. Occasionally a shrub, it is more commonly a tree that can grow up to 99 ft (30 meters) tall.
Bignay produces small berries that are sour and cranberry-like when immature, but tart and sweet when ripe. This tree fruits from April through September, producing grape-like clusters of 20-30 fruits, each half a centimeter in diameter, containing a single seed.
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