Myrobalan is also called rustic, because of its great adaptability. It is a plant that manages to survive and grow on all types of soils (moist, heavy, asphyxiated, clayey, calcareous ...), but its ideal habitat is fresh, well-drained and deep soil. Indications for irrigation of the myrobalan they only concern the specimens recently planted, because they have not yet perfectly developed the roots that will allow them to independently meet their own water needs. These specimens of young people mirabolani need abundant doses of water until the fruits ripen. In case of high temperatures, 100 liters are needed every 15 days. The water doses therefore depend on the permeability of the soil and the climatic conditions, but regular watering operations must be carried out.
Myrobalan is a plant that needs sun; also expose it directly to sunlight, it will draw great nourishment. It adapts to various climatic conditions and is able to withstand even very cold winter temperatures, down to -10 ° C. It can grow freely, without even the need for pruning, at most it can be done to reduce the foliage. In the latter case, myrobalan will have to be pruned only after flowering, when the plant is adult. Taking action when not necessary could compromise the flowering, causing a drastic reduction. Its multiplication takes place by seed and by vegetative parts. It is cultivated for different purposes: as an isolated bush, for ornamental purposes, as a windbreak hedge, or for fruit growing. In fact, the myrobalan produces fruits, called amoli, which are globular, elliptic drupes, 2-3 centimeters in diameter. These small dark red or orange fruits have remarkable beneficial properties: they are rich in fiber, vitamin C and antioxidants. They can be eaten both raw and cooked, and are often used for jams.