Maytenus magellanicus

An obscure and generally unknown species from southern Chile which forms a hardy, slow growing large shrub with leathery, evergreen, toothed foliage. The small crimson flowers are borne thickly on the younger stems and are scented of orange peel or something similar; a fine and interesting scent whatever your olfactory dept. does with it.

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