FEATURES: Spotted, cream to blue-grey bark sheds in patches in summer and autumn. Young leaves are light green and pale beneath, maturing to shiny dark green. Clusters of fragrant, white flowers from late autumn to early spring.
CONDITIONS: Suits most soil types but prefers moist, well drained soil in full sun to partial-shade. Tolerates dry periods.
PLANTING IDEAS AND USES:
- magnificent feature specimen for parks
- ideal tree for avenue planting
- combine with other nectar producing plants to attract birds to your garden