Description: Lama trees are related to
Persimmon trees and in the Ebony family. They are extremely slow
growing and have a dark wood with small orange fruits when ripe.
Lama grows well in full sun and requires less water once established.
A very special tree, lama makes a good specimen tree and should be
planted in well drained soil. We grow lama from seed and often
plants are often more than two years old before reaching 18 inches in
(young Lama tree in the landscape)
(Lama tree in 1 gallon pot, almost 3 years old!!)
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