$2500 – $12000 + IVA
It is an evergreen tree endemic to the flora of Chile. It can be seen from the south of the Coquimbo region to the Araucanía region, both in the Coastal and Andean Cordillera. It grows rapidly in humid places and has ornamental, beekeeping and fruiting uses.
Maximum size: 15 to 25 meters.
Growth rate: Fast.
August to December.
To full sun, without any protection. Flat parts or slopes with northern exposure. Some shade. Some protection from sun by sparse vegetation, rocks, etc. in shade. Steep south-facing slopes, deep ravines, or protection by dense vegetation cover, under large trees.
It resists low temperatures (-8°c), it can tolerate an occasional snowfall.
It grows in water or is found with its roots within a permanent watercourse. It corresponds to meadows, watercourses, lake edges, swamps, or in areas with constant rainfall, with short dry periods of no more than 1 month, or also in dry land, where the period without rainfall lasts 3 – 5 months. Rainfall reaches 400-800 mm per year, concentrated in winter.
Ornamental, edible plant, forage, industrial use, medicinal.
From the south of the province of Limarí (region of Coquimbo to the province of Cautín (region of Araucanía) from 500 -2000 m.a.s.l.
Persea Lingue, Nlthofagus Oblkqua, Peumus Boldus.