Bahama Berry (Nashia Inaguensis)
General information: Nashia is native to the island of Inagua in the Bahamas. It is a rangy shrub with a mature trunks of 3-4 inches. It has a very small shiny green leaf with close internodes. The fragrant flowers are tiny and form in cluster and are white. The berries that follow are reddish orange. The leaves are also fragrant — herb-like. Perfect for shohin.
Lighting: It can be grown outdoors in full sun or indoors on a windowsill. Prefers humid climates
Temperature: Bahama berry likes it hot. If grown indoors it will appreciate warm feet during winter (try a heat mat).
Watering: Wants to be consistently moist to wet and never, never dry. Another name is “I Dry-I Die” – unlike many tropicals that can be brought back from the brink of a dead wilt.
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