This Chilean native is often marketed as the “New Zealand Cranberry”. A bushy plant with delicate pink, bell-shaped flowers that produce small, scrumptious, wine-coloured berries. Fruit can be eaten directly from the bush, or made into jelly or juice. Very good for topiary and low hedging. Self-fertile. Ripens February-March.
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