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Quilo, Voqui Negro, Molleca

Muehlenbeckia hastulata

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Description

This bushy vine native to Chile can grow in any type of soil, from sandy to clay. They are resistant to pests and diseases. It is considered a plant with depurative properties, its leaves and roots are regularly used as a diuretic for rheumatic and liver diseases. And in topical form is used in treatment of wounds, ulcers and other dermatological problems.

State of conservation
Division

Magnoliophyta.

Order

Caryophyllales

Family

Polyginaceae

Foliar regimen

Perennial

Growth

Maximum height size 5 meters.

Blooming time
Flower color
Sun exposure

To full sun or semi shade.

Temperature

Resistant to -15°C.

Hydric regimen

Abundant water.

Type of soil

With acid, neutral or alkaline pH, its subway part will grow vigorously in sandy, loamy or clayey textured substrates, which can generally be kept humid.

Uses

Ornamental, landscaping and medicinal.

Distribution

From the IV to the X Region.

Habitat and association

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