Blepharocalyx cruckshanksii

A Chilean myrtle relatively new to cultivation, forming an upright large shrub with glossy evergreen leaves, often folded somewhat, and red-brown flaking bark. Masses of scented white flowers with conspicuous stamen in summer followed by black berries. Hardy to about -10c apparently, though a sheltered position would be sensible.

Pot size: 5L

£30.00

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