Answer: Drimys lanceolata, or Winter's Bark, is native to southern Chile and Argentina and a member of the Winteraceae family. It's a small evergreen tree (or shrub). Stems and branches tend to droop gracefully and are mahogany red with aromatic bark. Leaces are bright green, leathery and fragrant. Small clusters of jasmine-scented creamy white flowers appear in winter and spring. Grows best in mild-winter climates and part-sun to mostly shady sites. Requires well draining soil.
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