Leea indica (5.5 inch square pot)

Common Name: Banidcoot Berry, Kurkurjiwha. Family: Vitaceae.  Large shrub native to India. Berries are reported to be edible and the root is used in Ayurvedic medicine. Large ornamental leaves.  Appears to be relatively fast growing.  As long as temperatures are warm, it seems to be easy to grow.  Full sun to light shade. Keep moist.  Outdoors in Zone 11 or higher. Fertilize with a general purpose fertilizer.

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  • Item #: 1655
Price $19.00
Availability Out-of-Stock