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Amomyrtus Luma

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Amomyrtus Luma

Common name: Luma, Chilean Myrtle, Palo madroña, Myrtus lechleriana
Height: 20m
Growing: medium to slow
Foliage: evergreen
Flowers / Fruits: white scented flowers and aromatic fruits.
Site: sun to partial shade
Soil: acidic to slightly alkaline
Irrigation: regular
Hardiness: hardy -15ºC

Long description: Amomyrtus luma, also known as Chilean Myrtle, an evergreen tree, which bears scented white flowers, followed by very aromatic edible dark red to black fruits. Fruits can be eaten either raw or cooked.

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