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Syzygium is a large genus containing around 1,188 evergreen shrubs and trees. These plants are usually grown for their attractive overall appearance and flower buds which when dried, are used as a common kitchen spice called Cloves. They possess leathery, glossy, aromatic foliage and produce flowers with 5 small petals, which appear fluffy due to a number of long stamens, usually coloured red, pink, yellow or white. These lead on to fleshy red, purple or white berries.
How to propagate Syzygium
You can propagate by seeds in the spring.
Semi-ripe cuttings in the summer.
Special features of Syzygium
Other uses of Syzygium
Grown for their overall appearance.