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Large FORMAL DOUBLE. White blooms with up to ten tiers of rounded petals. Medium upright habit. Flowering early June to mid-September. Requires semi-shade, no direct sun before 12 noon on a winter's day when flowering. Suitable for growing in pots.
Distribution: Rainforest and coastal scrub of south east Queensland, eastern New South Wales, eastern Victoria and King and Flinders Islands in Bass Strait. Common Name: Blueberry ash. Derivation of Name: Elaeocarpus; from Greek elaia, the olive tree and carpos, a fruit. reticulatus; referring to the net-like pattern of veins on the leaves. Not considered to be at risk in the wild
Circumference : 3.55 m Height : 19 m EPBC Act Listing Status Listed as Vulnerable Planting Ideas and Uses: - Attract birds and nectar feeding insects to your garden. - Wonderful specimen tree for subtropical to temperate climates.