Combretum Apiculatum - Indigenous South African Tree - 5 Seeds

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Bushwillow trees often are important plants in their habitat. Savannahs in Africa, in particular those growing on granitic soils, are often dominated by Combretum and its close relative Terminalia. Other species of this genus are a major component of South-western Amazonian moist forests. This genus contains several species that are pollinated by mammals other than bats, which is quite rare indeed. But most species are more conventionally pollinated by insects or birds.

4-6m tree, white flowers in Spring, yellowish distinctive winged fruits, savannah. Sow Spring.

USDA Zone - 10

Season to Sow - Spring