Amomyrtus luma – (Chilean Myrtle)

Description

Description: A hardy erect growing small tree. Coppery coloured young leaves. A profusion of creamy white flowers smothers the tree in early summer. Cinnamon coloured peeling bark is a feature. Tolerates frosts and high rainfall. Ideal for sun or semi-shade.

Family
Myrtaceae
Type
Category
Exotic
10 Year Size
4m (H) x 3m (W)
Growth Rate
Moderate
Habit
Erect, upright, broadly columnar
Flower/Fruit
Small white spring flowers followed by purple fruits that attract birds
Foliage
Small dark green, dense leaves.
Comments
Grows just as quickly as Pittosporum but has a deep green dense foliage that can be clipped to look like a large English Box.

Grade Indicator - Subject to availability
Grade Size Est. Height (m) Standard (m)
80L 2.5 1.2

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