Quillaja Saponaria Tree ( Soap Bark Tree )
1 Quillaja saponaria tree in the scene.
Quillaja saponaria, the soap bark tree or soapbark, is an evergreen tree in the family Quillajaceae, native to warm temperate central Chile. In Chile it occurs from 32 to 40 South Latitude approximately and at even 2000 m above sea level. It can grow to 15 m in height. The tree has thick, dark bark; smooth, leathery, shiny, oval evergreen leaves 3–5 cm long; white star-shaped flowers 15 mm diameter borne in dense corymbs; and a dry fruit with five follicles each containing 10–20 seeds. The species is drought resistant, and tolerates about −12 C in its natural habitat.
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Quillaja saponaria1: 9 m
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