$6500 – $8000 + IVA
It is a botanical species native to southern Chile. This small dioecious tree is very adaptable to various climates. The fruit is edible and before the arrival of the Spaniards its wild fruits were already consumed by the Mapuches, and currently, it is also often used to make jam and juice.
Maximum size: 4 to 5 meters.
Growth rate: Fast.
October and early November.
Small creamy-yellow flowers.
Fully expose the sun, flat parts or slopes with northern exposure. Also to some shade. Some protection from the sun by sparse vegetation, rocks, etc.
Resists occasional, not prolonged frosts down to about -5°c.
From secano areas, where the period without rainfall lasts 3-5 months and rainfall reaches 400-800 mm, concentrated in winter, to areas with constant rainfall, with short dry periods that do not last more than 1 month.
Edible, ornamental, medicinal fruit.
From the Coquimbo region to the Aysén and Juan Fernández regions, from 0 to 2,000 m.a.s.l.