Also known as
Agnus-Castus, Hemp Tree, Monk's Pepper, Queensland Lignum-Vitae, Tree Of Chastity, Chasteberry, Monk's pepper tree
10 years to reach maturity
This plant has a mild fragrance
Chaste Tree Overview
This deciduous shrub has an open, spreading habit and aromatic, dark green leaves. It produces panicles of fragrant small lilac-blue, dark blue or white flowers in early to mid-autumn.
Common problems with Chaste Tree
Generally Pest & Disease free
How to propagate Chaste Tree
Sow between 6 - 12C in autumn or spring.
Semi ripe cuttings
Special features of Chaste Tree
Other uses of Chaste Tree
Ornamental, fragrance, border, foliage