Bacupari trees are widely prevalent in the Amazon basin, stretched across South America. Brazil, Peru, Argentina, Venezuela, Paraguay and Bolivia are some of the places that have a flourishing plantation of bacupari. Besides, they are also found in selective regions in Southeast Asia.
To grow Bacupari in tropical conditions require ample sunlight and rainfall. The seeds once extracted from the fruit die after a short time. The seeds are planting in prepared soil and spaced appropriately to accommodate a fully matured tree.
It takes 58 to 78 days to sprout and subsequent growth rate relatively slow. The wood of the tree is brown, grey or dark yellow, almost odorless.