The indoor tree that looks just like a tree. You need high ceilings, but what a statement if you do.
Bucida buceras is known by a variety of names, including bullet tree, black olive tree, gregorywood (or gregory wood), Antigua whitewood, and Oxhorn bucida.
It is native to Mexico, Central America, the Caribbean, and northern South America, and is commonly found in coastal swamps and wet inland forests in low elevations.
The Bucida buceras is a tropical tree with a native appearance. This unique characteristic makes the tree very popular in many plantscaping projects because it brings the outdoor atmosphere inside.
Best space & place
It requires bright sunlight and rich, moist, well drained soil.
When to water & feed
This tree likes to remain moist, but not soggy. Water whenever the soil is starting to become dry to the touch. Winter watering might need to be reduced depending on the brightness and warmth of the space.
Need to know
This tree takes time to situate and will drop leaves, and continue to, but it will constantly replace those leaves.