A beautiful native tree with a weeping habit. They can grow up to 20m tall but will be smaller in urban areas, usually 10m. The trunk is covered in thick, white, papery bark, hence the name Paperbark. They have a very long flowering season, flowering almost all year. They are often seen in parks and along roadsides. This tree tolerates extreme wet and dry conditions, wind, and salt spray.

Care: After receiving your plant, plant immediately in soil. Plant in full sun. Keep well watered for 12 weeks or until established. These plants are not frost tolerant. Mulch the plant well, keep the mulch away from the stem of the tree. Mulch will help with keeping weeds down and storing water in the soil.