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Tree Brachychiton discolor Queensland Lacebark




Description Native to northern NSW and Queensland, these trees will grow in most places south too. They have compact root systems and have been used as street trees for this reason. In early summer it drops its leaves while it produces a beautiful display of bell-shaped, deep pink flowers. When the flowers fade, foliage returns.    
Mature Size 15 x 10m    
Uses Great as a feature tree or street tree.    
Position & Soil These trees can tolerate a range of soils but prefer slightly acidic soils. Water well until established.    
Pot sizes
in production
• 40cm/27L (1.3-1.5m)
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