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Common Name: White Mallee
Width: 3-5m canopy
Description:Dull green leaves. Flowers are white/cream in spring and summer. Bark covers only lower parts of tree trunks.
Growing & Distribution: Widely occurring on Adelaide Plains – common mallee species in all well-drained soils.
Beneficial Attributes: Aborigines crushed the leaves for medicines and made bowls, shields and spears from the bark and obtained water from roots; Nectar food plant; Attracts birds
Specific location issues: Best suited for the Adelaide Plains and foothills.