Myrtus Berry (Ugni molinae), also known as chillean guava and strawberry myrtle. A low perennial bush with delicate small guava shaped red fruit that ripen in late March - mid April. The fruit are sweet and beautifully flavoured, small (5-6mm) in size. Great eaten fresh, cooked and dry well. The plant forms a dense evergreen low bush up to 50cm - easily pruned into shape like an edible box hedge.
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|Ripening Time||March - April|
|Fertility||self-fertile as a group, individual pollination complex|
|Growth Habit||Evergreen shrub up to 50-60cm. Can be hedged.|
|Chill Tolerance||Normal chill|
|Plant Sizes||25-40cm potted|
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