Searsia leptodictya (Syn. Rhus)

A small South African evergreen tree to 5m high with willowy trifoliate leaves and a rounded crown. Inconspicuous flowers are followed by apparently edible fruit on female trees, which are often brewed into a beer. This has some hardiness, but is only suited to the mildest gardens, such as coastal or inner city heat islands. Very drought tolerant.

Pot size: 5L



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