Commonly known as the native Frangipani, although not related to the exotic form, this tree bears highly fragrant flower clusters that start out cream and turn to yellow. It is a rainforest tree native to Queensland and New South Wales and it's large, glossy leaves give it a tropical look. Growing to 8 metres in ideal conditions, it is capable of providing a nice canopy and the flowers are great for attracting birds and native bees. We have found that in southern areas of Australia it performs best planted in the ground rather than in pots.
|Common Name||Native Frangipani|
|Mature Size||6-8 x 5-6m|
|A fantastic feature tree for any garden. Can also be used in parks and gardens. Great planted at front entrances for its lovely scent.|
|Position & Soil|
|Prefers a well drained and nutritious soil but can tolerate. Can be grown in a shade position but flowers best in a full sun position.|
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|Based in Melbourne, Australia, our trucks deliver into Melbourne and its greater metropolitan area. We utilise green life freight companies to deliver beyond that point into country Victoria, New South Wales, South Australia and Queensland. We have certification ICA42 for the treatment of Myrtaceae stock delivered into South Australia. Due to quarantine restrictions we are unable to deliver into Western Australia and Tasmania. International delivery is not offered.|
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