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Common Name: Melaleuca Broad Leaf, Broadleaved Weeping Paperbark, Broad Leaf Paperbark, Weeping Paperbark, Cajeput Tree, White Paperbark
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The Broadleaf Paperbark is a gorgeous evergreen large shrub or small tree bearing creamy, white bottlebrush flowers flower for a long season. A unique Melaleuca with her pretty weeping foliage and papery, thick white bark. Growing 8 - 15 m, she's happier with wet feet than other varieties and well suited to moist areas.
Perfect for wet areas, privacy screening, fast-growth, cut foliage, attracting birds and insects, erosion control on river banks, feature planting and windbreaks. This low maintenance tree is incredibly hardy and ideal for problem spots in the garden, tolerating both extremely dry and extremely wet environments, whilst also being a vigorous grower and quick to establish. This tough gal will do well in near all circumstances; plant in a row for a screening out sheds or nosey neighbours or for a windbreak to protect your garden.
Sensitive to frost, hardy to all other elements. Most well drained soils. Full sun for best effect, adapts to part shade. Attractive to birds & insects.
This is a type of Australian "Bush Food" or "Bush Tucker". The flowers of Melaleuca varieties produce sweet nectar and you can suck the nectar out, or soak the flowers in water to make a sweet drink, but this plant is not edible.
We apologise, but this product cannot be sold into South Australia due to quarantine restrictions.
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