Hapa Joe's Nursery
Eugenia hirta Seeds
Eugenia hirta is a plant species in the family Myrtaceae, commonly known as the "cinnamon leaf tree" or "midland hawthorn". It is native to Southeast Asia and India and has been widely introduced to other tropical and subtropical regions.
The plant typically grows as a small tree or shrub, reaching heights of up to 5 meters. It has glossy green leaves and small, fragrant white flowers that bloom throughout the year. The leaves of Eugenia hirta are often used for medicinal purposes in traditional medicine, particularly in Southeast Asia, where they are believed to have antidiabetic, anti-inflammatory, and antimicrobial properties.
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