Description: Rounded, gray-green leaves to 3" and abundant 3 to 6" clusters of white flowers. The main trunk is short and branching and has a fibrous bark and densely textured crown. A good landscaping tree, fast growing and good cut foliage. Native to inland Victoria and New South Wales in medium to heavy, well drained soils in an open position. Drought and frost resistant.
Culture: Sun, gravel soils, acid pH, 20" annual rainfall.
Uses: Ornamental plantings, shade, firewood, honey production, coastal area plantings, cut flowers, foliage and fruits, perfumed foliage, frost resistant, wind resistant.
|Temperature Rating||USDA Zone 8|
|Type||Small to medium tree 20 to 60', lignotuber|
|Native||Victoria and New South Wales|
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