Common Name: Dwarf plum pine or Spiny-leaf podocarp
Location: East Coast – NSW & Qld – Local to the Central Coast
Flower Colour: No flowers, blue-black fruit
Flowers: They have cones, not flowers. Dioecious
Soil: Deep and friable
Drainage: Well drained
Exposure: Semi shade
Cover: Height – 3 m x Width – 4 m
Danger: Pollen – male tree. Fruit can be sampled
Prune: Always shape
Fruit: Prune coloured. Naked seeds - Seed on end of fruit.
Can use fruits as jam or tarts. Beware eating raw.
Attracts: Used in treatment of leukaemia. Bats
This plant is in a 3.5”/9cm square forestry pot. Photos are examples only and are a guide to what your plant can be like when mature.
Photo: Warren Sheather
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