Dwarf Wax Myrtle
Myrica cerifera ‘pumila’
3 to 4 feet
Medium to slow rate of growth
Full sun to shade
Excellent salt and drought tolerance, also tolerates wet soil.
Dwarf form of Wax Myrtle, multi-stemmed,
with evergreen, fragrant leaves.
Tiny flowers are followed by blue-green, fragrant,
waxy berries on female plants;
the source of bayberry candles.
Excellent bird and wildlife attractor.