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Commonly known as Manuka, New Zealand tea tree
Small, bright flowers making up for their size by their profuse flowering.
Early Australian settlers steeped leaves of some varieties for drinking. L. scoparium is the source of Manuka honey.
Genus of about 85 species of evergreen shrubs and trees occurring in rainforest and semi-arid areas mainly in Australia but also from southeastern asia to New Zealand.
Dwarf shrub - Typically only grows to a maximum of one or two feet in height but there will be some exceptions.
Additional Features - Resistant to honey fungus - These plants have little or few problems with honey fungus.
Wildlife - Bee friendly -