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Myrsine is great as an accent plant, in groupings, or as a hedge that will grow into a dense screen. It has multiple stems or trunks and grows upright rather than in a sprawling habit. The leaves are elliptical in shape, about two to four inches long and are unusual in that they grow at the end of branches rather than along their length. They also are alternate — staggered, rather than growing across, or opposite, from each other, creating a whorled look.

The cream-colored flowers formed in groups at the base of the leaves in spring (September to November) are is very small, but interesting, as the male and female flowers are born on separate plants. The male flowers (red anthers), are more conspicuous than the female flowers. It is, however, the female plants that are covered with the attractive purple-colored fruits after flowering (November to March). The fleshy, round fruits each with one seed, are formed in abundance tight against the stem and remain on the plants for many months.

Myrsine can tolerate sun or partial shade and ariable soil conditions and/or poor drainage do not dissuade this hardy shrub from being happy. It performs well in neutral to alkaline soil, can tolerate salt spray, and even grow nicely in wet areas.

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