Plant name: Blunt-leaf tea tree
Plant type: shrubs / bushes / trees
Origin: NSW, ACT, VIC.
Cultural notes: A hardy shrub tolerant of most soils provided they are not waterlogged. Can be grown in full sun to heavy shade.
Maintenance: Can be lightly pruned if necessary.
Tolerates: Tolerant of frost, drought and low nutrient soils.
Flowering season: Summer.
Flower colour: Creamy white flowers to 12mm in diameter.
Foliage colour: The leaves are dark green to grey-green, leathery and can be narrow or broad to 2cm in length.
Width: Up to 2m
Height: Up to 4m
Plant spacing: 80cm apart
Recommended uses: Useful as a screen or informal hedge.
Description: A dense upright shrub growing to 4m in height and spreading 2m. Aromatic dark green to grey-green foliage with blunt tips. Creamy white flowers occurring in summer.