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White Manjack (Cordia alba)

St John Flora: Manjack

St. John Flora: Manjack Berries
White Manjack Berries

The White Manjack is a commonnly found tree in St. John's dry forest environment. White flowers form in the spring followed by red berries that can be used to make a glue. The berries are also used by Rastafarians as a hair conditioner for their dreadlocks.

 

 

St. John Flora: Manjack Berries
White Manjack