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Eriobotrya japonica

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ARBOL Eriobotrya japonica (ROSACEAE)

Nisperero
Origen Extremo Oriente
Sun-half shade Medium water
Perennial leaf Bright green/oxide color
Flor Spikes aromatic white flower
Baya o Fruta Yellow-orange drupe
Alt.Max. 7/8 m
Anch.Max. 3/4 m
Zona ZONA 8

Large shrub with wide, elongated, leathery leaves. Dark green and glossy. Produces white flowers with 5 petals which are scented. Edible, yellow-orange fruit. The loquat (Eriobotrya japonica) is a species of flowering plant in the family Rosaceae, native to south-central China. It is a large evergreen shrub or small tree, grown commercially for its yellow fruit, and also cultivated as an ornamental plant. The tree can grow to 5–10 metres tall, but is often smaller, about 3–4 metres. The leaves are alternate, simple, 10–25 cm long, dark green, tough and leathery in texture, with a serrated margin, and densely velvety-hairy below with thick yellow-brown pubescence; the young leaves are also densely pubescent above, but this soon rubs off.

Diam Ltr Perim Trunk height Total Height Others
ARBUSTO T24 8 40/60
ARBUSTO T30 12 60/80
COPARAM C30 15
COPARAM C35 25 10/12P
COPARAM C40 35 12/14P
COPARAM C40 35 14/16P
COPARAM C45 45 16/18P