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Bursaria spinosa

Classification

Order: Sapindales
   Family: Burseraceae
            Genus: Bursaria
                        Specie: Bursaria spinosa

Planting Season: Evergreen

Height at Maturity: 12 ft (3.5 m)

Cultivation: Well-drained soil

Features: Dark green leaves; fragrant white flowers late spring?autumn

Uses: Barrier hedging Shrub borders Bird-attracting plant

Zones: 8-11

Description: This is the most widespread and variable species, ranging through most of east-coastal Australia and across the south as well, also in Tasmania. It occurs often in great abundance, forming an understorey in eucalypt woodland. Usually a shrub of up to 12 f

Growth Habit: Upright habit

Comments: Sharp thorns









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