Also known as
Semapo, Sethakhisa, Thakisa (Southern Sotho)?, African boxweed, Cape myrtle
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This small shrub found in the wild from the Cape through tropical Africa to Asia, is a tough plant with attractive foliage and fruit, attracts birds and is suitable for most gardens.
How to propagate Moroko-Pheleu
Semi-ripe cuttings in summer.
Special features of Moroko-Pheleu
Other uses of Moroko-Pheleu
Grown for their foliage. Is suitable for rock and peat gardens.