WEEPING LILY PILLY FACTS
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Weeping Lily Pilly
The Weeping Lily Pilly is a rainforest tree with weeping foliage, growing to 30 m tall (smaller in cultivation). The bark is grey, often with vertical fissures. The leaves are lance-shaped with wavy edges and grow 5 cm to 15 cm long and 2 cm to 5 cm wide. The plant flowers in spring and summer from November to January. The flowers are white and fluffy and produced in branched clusters. The berries are pale pink or pale green in colour and about 15 mm in diameter.
The Weeping Lily Pilly is found in eastern Australia from about Mackay in central eastern Queensland to he Hunter Valley in New South Wales.
Height: 8m - 10m
|Common Name:||Weeping Lily Pilly|