Acmena smithii 'BWNFIR Firescreen PBR'

Creek Lilly Pilly

An attractive Australian native fast growing shrub/small tree. It has a slightly broader leaf than straight Acmena smithii. it has a semi pendulous, dense growth habit to ground level. The new growth is glossy and copper red in colour, maturing to mid green.

  • Family: Myrtaceae
  • Common Name: Creek Lilly Pilly
  • Mature Size (h x w): 6 x 4m
  • Form: Oval
  • Genus: Acmena

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40cm/27L 1.0-1.5m Shortlist
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Excellent hedging, screening, or topiary plant which can be pruned heavily. Can also be planted in pots or containers.

Position & Soil

Preferes a full sun position to part shade. Handles wind well heatwaves and cold weather. May require irrigation in long periods of drought.


Bird Attracting
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These trees are tolerant of the typically sandy conditions associated with living along the coast.
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This symbol denotes a tree that retains its leaves, therefore is green, all year round.
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Formal Screening
These are tree selections that grow tall enough to provide screening from neighbours, walls and garages. They are usually dense growers with a small or thick leaf that is easy to keep in shape.
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These trees are dense and full - perfect for clipping into hedges along walls, paths and driveways.
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Informal Screening
A tree for an informal screen is one which is tall enough to block views but is left to grow in its natural form. These trees offer a more casual look.
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This product is protected under the Plant Breeder's Rights scheme. Plant breeder's rights are used to protect new varieties of plants that are distinguishable, uniform and stable.

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