LUMA apiculata Stds – Chilean Myrtle


Hardy, smaller evergreen tree Native to Chile with attractive dark green, waxy foliage set against contrasting orange trunks.

Clusters of small white flowers cover the tree mid to late summer followed by small purple edible berries.

Shapes well into neat formal topairy form as shown in projects above and below


LUMA apiculata – Chilean Myrtle, RP45 container, at 1.5-1.7m now (measured from the top of the bag) – approx 6-7 year old


Small white flower from mid-late summer set against dark waxy green foliage


These topiary tightly clipped make a great entranceway (complimented with lower plantings of Pseudowintera ‘Red Leopard’ – Native Pepper Tree)