Lophomyrtus bullata facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsLophomyrtus bullata
|1854 illustration by Walter Hood Fitch|
Lophomyrtus bullata grows to a height of 8 metres, producing many branches closely packed together. The leaves are oval shaped, thick, shiny and bubbled, varying in colour from dark green to yellow green. They can also appear spotted with red, maroon, or blackish marks.
Ramarama flowers between November and March, and subsequently fruits from January through to June.
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