Barbados cherry tree is also known as Acerola Cherry is a member of the Malpighiaceae family. It is one of the most beautiful and attractive plants. It is distinguished by its shiny evergreen leaves. Its leaves are round and they usually vary in size between 1 to 3 inches. It produces extremely charming flowers that come in different colors. Barbados cherry is highly decorative, highly delicious and highly healthy. You need to be careful with the plant to help it handle the shock of transplanting. Prepare a hole for each seedling you intend to plant. The hole should be as deep as the hole in which the seedling was grown and twice as wide. After preparing the hole, extract the seedling from the tray in which it is grown, clean up gently its roots, put it in the planting hole and spread its roots kindly with care. Refill the hole with soil and water until the soil settles down.