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Backhousia myrtifolia Grey Myrtle

A native suptropical Australian species, also known as the cinnamon tree. Well known for its hardwood and more recently as bushtucker, the leaves acting as a cinnamon replacement. The small creamy white flowers bloom in the summer and attract birds, bees and other insects.

​Uses

Well known for its hardwood and more recently as bushtucker, the leaves acting as a cinnamon replacement. 

Hedging and Screening plant.

Position & soil

This myrtle species is suitable for pots in full sun areas and is tolerant to drought or sandy soil. The grey myrtle stands approximately 3-7m high and spans 3-4m 

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