Description: A small mallee to 4m from West Australia with a shrubby habit. Salt tolerance is excellent and makes a good species for salinity reclamation. The bark is smooth, various colors of gray, whitish gray and pinkish brown. The leaves are very stiff in nature and light green to blue-gray. Found along salt lakes on sandy to clay soil types north of Esperance.
Culture: Full sun, sandy to clay soils. Very salt tolerant.
Uses: Small landscaping species, ornamental, salt tolerant.
|Temperature Rating||USDA Zone|
|Type||Mallee 16', lignotuber|
|Soil||Acid, sand or clay|
|Culture||annual rainfall - probably 20" or less|
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