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Native Frangipani

Native Frangipani

Hymenosporum flavum

Regular price $7.50 AUD
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Expected Height Range:

8 m - 15 m

Spread Range:

3 m - 5 m

Preferred positioning:

Full sun, Partial sun, and Partial shade

Common uses:

Privacy screening, Fragrant, Low maintenance garden, Flower garden, Erosion control, Fast growing, Playground planting, Supports wildlife, and Attractive foliage

Flower Season/s:

Summer and Spring

Flower Colour/s:

Plant life cycle:

Perennial

Habitat:

Native to the rainforests and moist coastal regions of eastern Australia, from Queensland through New South Wales. It is found growing in a variety of rainforest habitats, from coastal scrubs to fully developed rainforest areas.

Leaf information:

Glossy, lance-shaped, dark green leaves

Preferred Soil:

Prefers well-drained, loamy soils but can adapt to clay and sandy soils if drainage is adequate.

This Australian native is a fast-growing, evergreen tree that provides not only visual appeal with its glossy green foliage and striking flowers but also habitat and food for native wildlife. Its sweetly scented, star-shaped yellow flowers gradually fade to white, creating a beautiful and fragrant display in the garden. This display attracts birds and bees, adding a wonderful touch of the tropics to temperate gardens.

Care Considerations:

Regular watering is beneficial during dry periods until the plant is established, after which it shows good drought tolerance. Fertiliser is not required, however a slow-release fertiliser can be used. Pruning is generally not necessary except to remove dead or damaged branches or to shape the tree as desired.
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