SCRUB CHERRY FACTS
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Brush Cherry, Creek Lilly-Pilly, Creek Satinash, Watergum
The Scrub Cherry is a rainforest tree growing to 35 m tall. In cultivation, it is usually a small to medium tree. The leaves are lance-shaped and grow 4 cm to 8 cm long and 1 cm to 3 cm wide. The plant flowers mostly in spring. The flowers are white and produced in clusters. The berries are dark pink or red in colour and 15 mm to 25 mm long.
Scrub Cherry is found in eastern Queensland and eastern New South Wales.
Height: 5m - 18m
|Common Name:||Scrub Cherry|
Relatives in same Genus