Well-branched tree typically reaching to 15m high.
small grey rough bark with smoother branches emerging.
The juvenile leaves are opposite and then repeated at 90 degree angles quite different to the mature form.
Leaves are important food for Koalas.
Creamy flowers followed by gum-nuts in clusters of three.
An important tree utilised by the Wadawurrung for medicinal purposes
Height x Width: 8-16 x 5-12m
Conditions: Well drained sandy soil. Full sun.
Flowers: Jan - Apr