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Melaleuca glomerata

Inland Tea Tree

A small delicate tree with pale papery bark, narrow pointed leaves, and abundant yellow hairy flowers that emerge from small cups. The paper bark from this tree has been used extensively by desert Aboriginal peoples for such uses as sheathing stone knives or packaging sacred objects. Grows to 3 metres tall and tolerates a variety of soils.

  • Screening

  • Bird and butterfly attracting

  • Attractive

  • Waterwise

  • Drought tolerant

  • Tree

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