Bush Willow

Combretum fruticosum, also known as the bushwillow, is a tree species native to Africa. It belongs to the family Combretaceae and produces green, oval-shaped leaves that are arranged in an opposite pattern. The tree also produces small, reddish-brown fruits containing one seed. The plant prefers well-drained soil and full sun exposure. It is often used for ornamental purposes in landscaping and as a traditional medicine for various ailments. The bark and leaves are rich in tannins and are used for their astringent properties, and the root is used as a remedy for snakebites. The tree is also an important source of firewood and is used for charcoal production.

Bush Willow

(Combretum Fruticosum)


Hard Wood

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