Ugni molinae

Chilean Guava

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Features
Ornamental
Evergreen
Additional Attributes
Attractive Flower
Low Hedging
Attracts Birds/Bees
Shade Tolerant
Ornamental
Orchard/Fruit
Cone/Berry/Catkin
Scented Foliage/Flower
Non-poisonous to Animals
Non-poisonous to Humans

This Chilean native is often marketed as 'NZ Cranberry'. A bushy plant with delicate pink, bell-shaped flowers that produce small, scrumptious, highly-scented, wine-coloured berries that can be eaten directly from the bush or made into jelly and juice.  Flowers attract beneficial insects.  Very good for topiary and low hedging as a Buxus alternative.  Best in a cool climate and moist soil. Self fertile. Ripens February-March.

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Note: Growth, height and grade information are given in good faith but are subject to natural variables beyond our control.