The Jamun Plant, also known as Syzygium cumini, is a type of tropical fruit plant that is native to the Indian subcontinent. The fruit is small, oblong-shaped and features a dark purple to black skin. The flesh is juicy, with a tart and slightly sweet flavor. The fruit of plant is an excellent source of vitamin C, antioxidants, and iron, and has been utilized in traditional medicine for treating diabetes and varied other ailments. The tree is relatively convenient to grow and needs full sun and well-draining soil. The fruit is generally eaten fresh, made into juice, and utilized in desserts and jams. Also, the tree features ornamental value and is a popular landscaping free.