Myrceugenia ovata var. nannophylla

One of the two most cold-tolerant of Chilean Myrtaceae, though still hardly known in the UK, this medium sized upright evergreen shrub to about 2.5m tall is clothed in masses of tiny slim foliage that flushes red, followed by masses of creamy-white flowers and orange fruit. Hardy to at least -15c, this should be tried anywhere, but will be happiest with a little shelter in winter. Potentially an excellent box (Buxus) alternative.

Pot size: 2L

Other pot sizes available

pot Size: 5L
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