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Open to spreading, multi-stemmed tree typically growing to a height of 20 metres (70ft) with rough brown bark at the base that becomes smooth and a coppery-creamy in colour above. It blooms between March and October producing creamy-white flowers. Often cultivated in open areas, wider verges, in parks and reserves and as a shelter wind-break or for erosion control. It is also known to be good for honey production. Nectar-eating birds and insects use it for food and habitat. The yellow tailed black cockatoo consumes the seeds of this species
Drought Hardy, Frost Tolerant
2M and Above
Cold, Dry, Sub-Tropical, Temperate
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