COASTAL TEA TREE
Leptospermum laevigatum

One of the most common trees on the Peninsula, Lepstospermum laevigatum is a terrific screening and windbreak tree. Growing more like a very large shrub, Tea tree can be at home in any coastal garden and does particularly well as a boundary screen to block out neighbours. It flowers in spring producing clusters of beautiful white flowers that have been said are an indication of the start of the Snapper season in Port Phillip Bay.

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Description

Height = 4-7m

Width = 3-5m

Aspect: full sun

Uses: screening, windbreaks, coastal gardens

Plant with: Melaleuca lanceolata, Pomaderris paniculosa, Leucopogon paniculosa

Additional information

Pot Size

14cm/6", 20cm/8", 25cm/10", 35L bag

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