Morella cerifera (wax myrtle)

Morella cerifera - A large, irregularly-shaped, dense-branching, suckering, fast-growing, evergreen shrub that typically grows to 10-15’ tall and 8-10’ wide, but occasionally reaches a tree-like height of 20’ tall or more. Glossy olive green leaves (to 3-5” long) are dotted with tiny yellow resin glands. Flowers are fragrant but non-showy, with only the flowers on male plants (catkins to 1” long) displaying some color (a drab yellowish-green). Flowers bloom in late winter to early spring. Family : Myricaceae    

Morella cerifera (wax myrtle) 2

Author : Tim Ludwig
Photo # : 29496
Online since: September 15th 2018


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Morella cerifera (wax myrtle)

Categories : Family - Horizontal - Landscape - Photos subjects - Shrubs - Plant Family - Myricaceae -

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