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Bollen, Huayo

Kageneckia oblonga

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Description

It is a small tree endemic to Chile that grows between the regions of Coquimbo and Araucania. It flowers in spring, from September to December. It can be planted in dry and warm places, as it has a wide range of adaptation.

State of conservation

No Mma. information.

Division

Tracheophyta.

Order

Rosebushes

Family

Rosaceae

Foliar regimen

Perennial

Growth

Size 15 meters high.

Very slow growth rate.

Blooming time

August to December.

Flower color

White flowers

Sun exposure

Fully exposed to sun, flat parts or slopes with northern exposure.

Temperature

Resists temperatures of -8°c, can tolerate occasional snowfall.

Hydric regimen

In secano with 400-800 mm annual rainfall concentrated in winter, without rain for 3-5 months.

Type of soil
Uses

Firewood or charcoal, of melliferous interest.

Distribution

From the province of Limarí (IV Region) to Biobío (VIII Region) in the foothills and ravines of the coastal and Andean foothills, up to 1800 m.a.sl.

Habitat and association

It is associated with litre lithrea caustica, quillay quillaja saponaria, boldo peumus boldus, huingan schinus polygama, espino acacia caven, maitén maytenus boaria.

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