Nothofagus Obliqua

It can be thirty feet tall. It grows in pyramid shape and its foliage begins at its base. Its leaves are simple and appear in two rows, while its fruit (“grape of the cordillera”) turns dark violet when it is mature. Its trunk is straight and cylinder shaped with grey shades.


From the Aconcagua River to Llanquihue and Chiloe.


In some places in the Coastal Cordillera.