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AMOMYRTUS




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  • Good to know - closely related to Myrtus but have more aromatic leaves and flowers have 5 rather than 4 sepals and petals. Berries contain 4-6 hard, woody seeds. Grown for attractive bark, foliage and fragrant flowers.
  • Pests & Diseases - none.
  • Place of Origin - South America.
  • Evergreen - opposite, oval or lance-shaped, leathery, dark-green leaves.
  • Full Sun - shelter from cold, drying winds.
  • Partial Shade - light, dappled shade.
  • Fertile moist well-drained soil

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AMOMYRTUS luma

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Luma, Myrtle, Ugni
formerly Myrtus lechleriana - copper coloured young leaves and abundant clusters of creamy-yellow flowers in MAY which often cause the branches to sag. Edible leaves
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individually £13.50 each, 3+ £11.00 each
Gift Wrapping available on this plant

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