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Bursera fagaroides (Torchwood Copal)

50 (120)cm, Torchwood Copal or Fragrant Bursera is a small caudex plant from central to north-western Mexico, formerly also extending into southern Arizona (USA), where this species is now regarded extinct. Older specimens of Bursera fagaroides form a showy massive trunk with a peeling bark and arching narrow branches. It has pinnate leaves and small inconspicuous flowers followed by lilac-red fruits containing a single seed each. The entire plant is highly fragrant when bruised. For its small size it makes a perfect pot plant and is valued as high priced bonsai plant.
7 seeds per package.

10 packages are available at a discounted price of just € 0.99 each<./b>

price (plus Shipping Costs)
seed package0537 € 7,99
seed package0679 € 0,99

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