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Bosea (Hediondo)

The genus Bosea or locally called Hediondo is found in temperate to subtropical regions in the Northern hemisphere, and is represented by a singly woody semi-deciduous species each on the Canary islands (Bosea yervamora) and Cyprus (Bosea cypria). Bosea yervamora grows in the upper succulent zone of the Canary islands and has somewhat fleshy, mid green leaves and axillary racemes with unconspicous flowers followed by showy, densely packed intense rosy-red, fleshy fruits. Bosea cypria is locally found in somewhat moist and partially shaded spots on the island of Cyprus and makes long arching stems and small yellowish flowers followed by ornamental bright red berries. For any rich, well drained soil in sunny spot throughout the year. Excellent pot plants for a frostfree cultivation, keep drier in winter at a minimum of some 10°C.
Sow seeds flat on any rich, well drained soil in full sun at some 20°C throughout the year.
20 seeds per package.
Bosea cypria

Bosea cypria

200 (300)cm, is a woody, semi-deciduous shrub from Cyprus where it occurs in fresh spots. It makes semi-woody, long arching stems and axillary and terminal racemes with small greenish-yellow flowers followed by very ornamental, bright red berries in late summer. Easily grown in containers in any rich, well drained soil in full sun throughout the year. Keep plants drier in winter in full sun and at a minimum of some 10°C. IV-VIII.
20 seeds per package.

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