GIANT WATER GUM FACTS
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Giant Water Gum
Rose Satinash, Francis Water Gum
The Giant Water Gum is a medium to large tree with dense crown, growing to 20 m tall (sometimes over 30 m tall). Large trees develop buttresses at the base. The leaves are elliptical with a pointed tip and grow 4 cm to 8 cm long and 15 mm to 35 mm wide. The plant flowers in spring and summer from October to December. The flowers are white and produced in branched clusters. The berries are pale blue, lilac to purple in colour and 1 cm to 2 cm in diameter.
Syzygium francisii is found in south east Queensland, north eastern and central eastern New South Wales.
|Common Name:||Giant Water Gum|
Relatives in same Genus