Common Name: MORETON BAY ASH
Size: NT Premium
Habitat: Dry Sclerophyll Forest
Description: This tree is distinguished by the dark tessellated or crocodile scale bark forming a dark stocking at the base of the trunk, with smooth white bark above it. The narrow, lanceolate leaves may be up to about 15 cm long and 1 cm wide. The fruiting capsules are thin and can be squashed easily with the fingers. Hence, it is also known as one of the paper-fruited bloodwoods.
Pot size: 50mm Native Tube
Uses: good as an ornamental or amenity plant