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Commonly known as Brush bush
Genus of 7 mainly evergreen trees and shrubs from moist woodland in Chile and Australia.
Like their roots shaded and crown in full sun.
Produces a distinctively flavoured honey. Leatherwood honey from E. lucida in Tasmania and Ulmo fron E. glutinosa in Chile.
Additional FeaturesGood to knowGrown for their habit, foliage and flowers. Wildlife plant - late-flowerer - bees.Place of originChile, southeastern Australia.
WildlifeBee friendlyButterfly friendly
Buy Varieties of EUCRYPHIA
broad columnar tree with wavy-edged leaves and smallish white flowers
white cup-shaped flowers. Leaves divided into leaflets.
deep green fine foliage, flowers white
white flowers to 4cm. Fragrant
flowers are pale pink inside with darker pink edges and crimson stamens
greyish foliage, creamy-white flowers
a rare new form with yellow edging to the leaves
pink flowers with crimson centre
free flowering with cup-shaped white flowers. Neat shining dark green leaves. Very hardy and miniature growing at first
a rare species with attractive pinnate leaves. Profuse flowers which are smaller than those of E. glutinosa
creamy white margins to the leaves in this scarce and attractive form