Plant at same depth as it is grown previously and twice as wide. If planting more than one plant, space them at least 15 feet apart. To plant, remove the plant from pot and gently knock out some soil around the roots. Place it in the planting hole and carefully spread the roots out. Fill the planting hole with soil and hand-tamp it gently.
- Light Needs: Full Sun
- Watering Needs: Water deeply to settle the soil around roots.
Barbados cherry can be propagated from seeds, cutting, air layering and grafting. Barbados cherry seeds have low germination rate. If propagating from seeds, use seeds from fully developed and ripe fruit and before using clean and dry it completely. Seedlings should be transferred from germination tray to their individual containers or in ground when they are about 2 to 3 in. tall.