Bahama berry - Nashia inaguensis, General information: Nashia is native to the island of Inagua in the Bahamas. It is a tropical plant with a mature trunks of 3-4 inches. It has a very small, dense, shiny green leaves. The fragrant flowers are tiny and form in cluster and are white. The berries that follow are reddish orange. The leaves are also fragrant -- herb-like. Perfect for shohin: Full sun and high humidity. Temperature: Bahama berry likes it hot. Watering: Wants to be consistently moist to wet and never, never dry. Feeding: Spring and summer fertilize weekly with a balanced fertilizer, once a month during winter. Pruning and wiring: Can be wired. Trim frequently to keep the shape. Wonderful for clip and grow. Propagation: Grows best from cuttings in spring and early summer (warm nights). Repotting: Repot in early summer . . . not late August. At the proper time of year roots can be severely cut with no problem. Makes a fantastic bonsai or house plant. Also known as Mounjean Tea because the leaves are used to add vanilla flavor to tea. Native to the island of Inagua in the Bahamas Fragrant flowers are tiny and form in cluster and are white The berries that follow are reddish orange. The leaves are also fragrant and used to make Herbal Tea Makes a great bonsai or container plant.