Small leaf Clusia is a beautiful plant that commonly use as a hedge. Branching close to the ground, it produces a densely foliaged barrier of stiff, leathery leaves. The Clusia plant Growth moderate 1.5 to 2 feet per year and it’s a though hedge plant that can be easily maintained. Clusia is pests resistant. Unlike the ficus Clusia are really strong plants and Small leaf Clusia required low maintenance, salt and drought tolerant hedge, well suited to poor rocky soil and coastal sites. Often listed in the nursery trade as ‘Clusia guttifera’, we grow them in different sizes. We have been growing Clusia many years before it became popular, our knowledge of clusia plants date back to the 1970 when we first starting growing clusia in our homestead nursery. At that time nobody can imagine that Clusia will be the replacement for the ficus hedge.