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Muerdago, Viscum El fruto es una baya, blanca, amarilla, naranja, o roja al madurar, con varias semillas en el interior del jugo pegajoso contenido en el fruto; las aves, al comerlo, dispersan las pegajosas semillas que quedan adheridas a las ramas de los árboles pudiendo germinar de ese modo.


Found it on a Jocote tree, it attracted my attention because the leaves and flowers were totally different. So the gardener told me it was a Viscum (muerdago). Tropical region of Guatemala about 20km to the north of the city. In San Pedro Ayampuc


We took one branch to grow it on a more cold weather.

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