Bumelia Angustifolia

Bumelia Angustifolia Plant Information


Bumelia Angustifolia grows in the following 2 states:

Florida, Texas

Sideroxylon celastrinum is a species of flowering plant in the sapodilla family, Sapotaceae, that is native to Texas and Florida in the United States south through Central America to northern Venezuela and Colombia in South America. Common names include saffron plum and coma. It is a spiny shrub or small tree that reaches a height of 2-9m (6.6-29.5ft). The dark green leaves are alternate or fascicled at the nodes and oblanceolate to obovate. Greenish-white flowers are present from May to November and are followed by single-seeded, blue-black drupes.

This plant is known as a first choice deer feed.

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