This shrub is very popular for southern landscapes.
Most of all it is salt tolerant, which makes it excellent for seaside plantings.
It is both a solid green and a variegated plant.
The soil can be fertile and a slightly acid medium is best.
This plant material is probably the best choice for landscaping in our area. It is tolerant of some shade, will perform in north-side locations, and, of course, loves sun.
It pretty much grows as a compact shrub.
The fruit, as shown in the picture, are about 1/2 foot in diameter.
In the spring, the blooms will show its best color.