Common name: Dryland Tea-tree
Description: Dull grey leaves. Flowers are white/cream in late summer and autumn. Can be pruned for a tree shape to expose beautiful serrated bark.
Growing and distribution: Widely occurring on Adelaide Plains – common in well-drained soils.
Beneficial Attributes: Used by a range of insects especially related to autumn flowering.
Specific location issues: Grows in the Adelaide Plains or Foothills.