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The Eugenia is a commonly grown plant especially in warmer regions. Grown as a topiary plant the Eugenia can be shaped and trimmed in a globe, spiral, pompom, or multi- balled shapes. The dense evergreen foliage also makes an attractive hedge in landscapes or around homes. The foliage is dark green, small, glossy leaves arranged densely among the small, fast growing branches.
New leaves on the Eugenia (Syzygium Paniculatum, Eugenia Myrtifolium) are red in color, and responds positively to constant trimming. In the spring small cream colored blooms will grow followed by red berries. Native to Florida, the Eugenia like full sun areas and well-drained and fertile soil; Eugenia topiaries can also grow indoors in a potted container but need full sun.
Eugenia Topiary Key Points
Can be shaped and trimmed in a globe, spiral, pompom, or multi-base shapes
Dense evergreen foliage is attractive for hedge lines
Foliage is dark green, glossy, and small densely arranged on small, fast growing branches
New leaves are red in color and responds positively to constant trimming.
Blooms small cream colored flowers followed by red berries
Likes full sun and well-drained, fertile soil
Can be grown indoors in potted containers in full sun
GROWTH & CARE
Growing Zone 10-11
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Mature Height: 5-15
Mature Width: 3-5
Light Needs Full Sun, Partial Shade
Watering Needs Average Watering
Botanical: Syzygium Paniculatum, Eugenia Myrtifolium
Plant Directions: Sent with order
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