Bahama Berry

(Nashia inaguensis)
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General Info

The Bahama Berry is native to the island of Inagua in the Bahamas

It will grow small clusters of white flowers, which are followed by burnt-orange berries

This tree has its own care challengers, and is recommended for someone with intermediate bonsai experience


This tropical variety needs to be watered often, letting it dry out can be fatal for the tree

High humidity is essential for a Bahama Berry to thrive, a humidity tray is recommended

Using high draining soil is import as the frequent watering can cause damage to the roots if water is sitting

Fertilizing as often as once a week during the growing season will be beneficial to the health of the tree

Light Requirements

The Bahama Berry will thrive in a spot will all day full sun

A south-facing window is said to be an ideal position for this variety

Keeping a high light level is crucial to the health of the tree, supplementing with a grow light can be necessary during the winter season

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