Angophora hispida

Dwarf Apple

This is a smaller, dwarf form of Angophora and while we grow it as a small tree with a single trunk, it can also be grown as a multi-stemmed specimen. Hispida means bristly and its young stems and new foliage can be described as extremely hairy. Its trunk produces attractive flaky grey and brown bark. Cream flowers are borne in the warmer months between November and January.

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It's a mallee tree and grows well in open woodland environments. Its size is a real plus for landscapes with restricted space and may even suit being planted under power lines. It is tolerant of most soil types.


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This selection of trees are indigenous to Australia and unique to our climatic conditions. Most of the trees we grow are suitable for the south eastern parts of Australia.
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This selections provide commanding shade when fully mature. A great option for backyard summer shade.
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