Pigeon house ash
Description: This species is found growing in rock crevices in a restricted area of Pigeon House Mountain and the northern Budawang Range, New South Wales. It can also be found growing as scattered individuals in heathland or in small groups in the open forest. The juvenile foliage is broadly shaped like a lance, shining, green and slightly dis-colorous. Adult foliage is lance shaped, shining green and concolorous. The bark is smooth throughout, gray, white or sometimes mottled with yellow or orange-yellow, usually with insect 'scribbles.' Recognized by the smooth bark, leathery leaves, 3 flowered umbels. A rare and restricted species.
|Temperature Rating||USDA Zone 9|
|Type||Medium tree to 38' (12 m), NO lignotuber|
|Native||New South Wales|
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