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Flowering Dwarf Plum - Medium (carissa macrocarpa)


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Flowering Dwarf Plum - Medium (carissa macrocarpa)
The Natal Dwarf Plum is a semi-tropical evergreen, bearing fragrant, star-shaped white flowers and, following pollination, dark red edible plum-shaped fruit. Easy indoor care.


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