MYRICA CERIFERA, waxmyrtle native bayberry wild tree bonsai shrub seed 50 seeds

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  • MYRICA CERIFERA, waxmyrtle native bayberry wild tree bonsai shrub seed 50 seeds
  • After less damaging fires, new shoots will re grow from below ground. This re growth is most rapid in the first season after a fire. Tests of burning, chopping, and blading methods for m. cerifera control found that wax-myrtle can return to pretreatment levels within 3 years. The leaves are aromatic, with an appealing, piquant fragrance when crushed. Colonists separated the fruits waxy covering in boiling water to make fragrant-burning candles.
  • Myrica cerifera is a small tree or large shrub native to North America. Its common names include Southern Wax myrtle, Southern Bayberry, Candleberry, Bayberry tree, and Tallow shrub
  • M. cerifera was first cultivated in 1699 for medicinal purposes. Its leaves, bark, and fruit yield pharmaceutical chemicals.
  • Myrica cerifera is a small tree or large shrub and is adaptable to many habitats...M. cerifera is an evergreen.The fruit is a source of food for many bird species. This plant's roots possess root nodules, which harbor a symbiotic species of actinomycotal fungus, which fixes nitrogen at a faster rate than do the legumes. M. cerifera's root system is fire-resistant

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