Syzygium aromaticum is found in:
The plant grows well in rich, loamy soil with high humus content. It also grows well near the sea in open sandy loam and laterite soil, and at altitudes from sea level to 600m.
From the Latin carminare - to cleanse. A soothing medicament that acts by relieving stomach and intestinal pain.
Floral structure in which the sepals, petals and stamens are fused together.
Soil rich in iron and aluminium and formed in hot and wet tropical areas.