I’m Coco the Sea Grape, and native to the Caribbean, including southern Florida. I'm usually grow near the sea, where I make a light barrier between coastlines to protect sea turtles. My sap is sometimes used to dye leather, and like my name suggests, my grape-like fruits are edible. Keep me in a location that has full to partial sun a few hours a day.
To water, submerge my pot in water up to the rim for 20 minutes and then let me drain thoroughly. Do this about once every 7 days, or when my pot feels about 1/2 lighter. I never like to dry out completely. I like temps above 50 ̊F all year and humidity in winter. On nice days you can even take me outside.