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Eugenia myrtifolia ARBOL

Eugenia myrtifolia

Sn: Syzygium paniculatum

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  • Family: MYRTACEAE

    Shrub with glossy, brilliant green leaves, with red to copper tints. Produces flowers which are followed by scented purple red fruit. With their rough bark, naturally small leaves, and eagerness to back-bud, the Brush Cherry makes a great plant for bonsai. The Brush Cherry is a canopy-growing rainforest tree native to Australia. Their botanical name, Eugenia Myrtifolia reflects the fact that their leaves closely resemble those of Myrtle. In nature it is a tall growing, bushy tree. They have small shiny green leaves, white bowl-shaped powder-puff flowers, followed by the magenta cherry, which is commonly eaten in Australia. As a tropical tree they will not tolerate cold temperatures.

    Data sheet

    3/4 m
    ZONE 9
    1,5/2 m
    Verde oscuro brillante
    Blanco amarillento
    Sun Half-shade
    Baya rosa oscuro

    Sales formats

    Format Diameter Liters Perimeter Total height Trunk height
    TREE C65 110 20/25P - -
    TREE C65 110 25/30P - -

    Viveros Medipalm

    Viveros Medipalm was born in 1992 as a trading company of Mediterranean plant, passing in a short time also being a producer, creating a nursery of ornamental plant in which they adapt new varieties with the aim of satisfying the preferences of their customers, offering them an unbeatable quality.

    Viveros Medipalm is a consolidated company in the ornamental sector that develops a large quantity of the most demanded products in the market, with adequate infrastructure and mechanization for a better optimization of work.

    Our production is based on a wide variety of trees, palms, shrubs and specimens of great beauty and of course top quality. The homogeneity in our products is always a priority.

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    • More than 400 species of plants

    • More than 140 ha. of production

    • Drip irrigation and natural fertilizers

    • Controlled and monitored Crops

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