Morinda reticulata (Mapoon Bush) is a bush with a thick, woody rootstock that grows up to 5-10 ft high. It can be grown in full sun or semi-shade, although flowering and fruiting are best in full sun. Moderate amounts of water can help in the growth of the bush, but too much water can cause root rot.
it is hardy in USDA Zones 9-11. In cold regions, Mapoon Bush can be grown in pots provided the soil is loose and well-drained. Keep the soil moist, but not soggy. Protection from frost and strong winds is essential.
Mapoon Bush produces white or off-white flowers throughout the year. In regions with warm winter, it can flower all year round. However, it blooms mostly in spring and summer.
Mapoon Bush can be used as a hedge or an accent plant in a garden landscape. This plant is a wonderful addition to any garden, as it brings a hint of nature with its beauty and ornamental foliage.