Common name: Chilean Myrtle
Description: Luma apiculata has been a popular choice for many years in Tasmanian gardens. It features small dark green leaves and fluffy white flowers and is most commonly clipped to form a hedge .It can also be allowed to grow a little taller to form small tree ,where its decorative bark can be exposed to allow it to be seen to its full potential.
Mature Size: 3 m x 2 m
Position: Full sun. Well drained soil
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