Common Name: NATIVE FRANGIPANI
Size: NT Premium
Habitat: Wet Sclerophyll Forest
Description: Commonly known as the Native Frangipani, growing up to 20 meters in height. It is a native to coastal brush forests of eastern Australia from the Hunter River in New South Wales to Atherton in Queensland and extending to New Guinea. It has a light green leaf with a very fine flower that likes to bloom in spring, they are a deep yellow then they develop a red centre.
Pot size: 50mm native tube
Maintenance: Use a slow release fertilizer, mulch around the base of the plant as it will help retain moisture and suppress weeds.
Uses: Does like shaded areas and can be used as a garden border, rockery plant or pot plant.