Brazilian Red Pepper
Brazilian Red Pepper (Schinus Terebinthifolius):
The Brazilian Pepper tree, native to Brazil but perfectly suited for the Southwest, is great for patio and garden settings. It is drought tolerant, low maintenance, and needs little water once established. When in bloom, this heat-loving evergreen attracts butterflies and birds with its beautiful red berries—perfect for the winter holiday season.
Little watering required once established
Average Landscape Size:
Medium sized shade tree with 20-30 foot spread and 30-40-foot height.
Thick green umbrella-shaped canopy; grows in multiple trunk or singe trunk form
Festive red berries in winter