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Nashia inaguensis

Nashia inaguensis

Common name moujean tea; Bahama berry
Family verbenaceae
Life cycle shrub (Z9-11)
Flowers cream (late summer-fall)
Size to 7'
Light sun-part shade
Cultural notes ordinary garden soil, not too dry

Evergreen shrub native to the Bahamas, with small, crinkly-glossy leaves. Both flowers and leaves are fragrant, and the berries that follow are used to flavor a tea. I bought this on a whim from the Peckerwood Garden sale area and stuck it in our rock garden because it is still a small plant and I like the leaves. If it survives the winter, I'll decide what to do with it in the long run.

In our garden, this plant grows in the following area: Houston rock garden

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