Carolina Allspice Overview
This species will produce unusual deep red flowers, which have a rich fragrance which is similar to the strawberry. The foliage is very attractive and will fall in the autumn. This species is easy to grow and will prefer partial shade in warm areas and will also tolerate full sun in a cooler climates.
How to propagate Carolina Allspice
Propagate by layering branches, rooting softwood cuttings in summer.
Seed in autumn.
Other uses of Carolina Allspice
Fragrance, foliage, ornamental urn-shaped fruit in winter, specimen