Myrciaria cauliflora, a plant native to Minas Gerais in southeastern Brazil also known by its common names Brazilian Grape Tree, Jabotica, Guaperu, Guapuru, Hivapuru, Sabará and Ybapuru is a fruit tree that displays very colourful salmon-colored leaves that turn green when it matures .
Myrciaria cauliflora produces dark colored fruits, rich in phenolic compounds, among which we can highlight the anthocyanins . Anthocyanins are the most abundant type of flavonoid  and they are responsible for the blue or purple colour present in blueberries, cherries, grapes, blackberries and others. Actually a little bit more than 500 anthocyanins have been found  in different herbs, plants and natural sources. Image left: Jaboticabas (2008) by Malcolm Manners under Creative Common license (CC BY 2.0).
In pomegranate for example anthocyanins are the only fatty acid that is believed to play an important role in the health benefits exerted by this fruit (apart from the polyphenolic content found on it and more specifically punicalagins, punicalins, gallagic acid, and ellagic acid that act as powerful antioxidants).
Common name: Brazilian Grape Tree, Jabotica, Guaperu, Guapuru, Hivapuru, Sabará, Uva de árbol, and Ybapuru [1,3].