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Foundation plantings, small speciment plants. Of year-round interest since it has both blooms and fruits nearly all year.
This plant grows naturally is protected woodland locations. Its weak wood can break easily if exposed to wind or physical disturbance.
Seeds and cuttings.
Seeds eaten by birds and other animals.
Woods. Moist and well-drained sand, loam, clay, or calcareous soils.
Distribution and Planting Zones
Natural Range in Florida
USDA zones are based on minimum winter temperatures
Suitable to grow in:
The berries have been used for cosmetics, hence the name rouge plant.