“Hairy Bird’s Eye”
TREE 8 TO 15 METRES TALLSmooth dark grey trunk with shady canopy of velvety leaves. Clusters of small pale pink flowers in autumn followed by seed capsules that split to reveal black seeds surrounded by edible red flesh. An important winter food source for frugivorous birds. Hardy once established.
|Category||Tall Trees: 10m & Over|
|Aspect||Full Sun / Filtered Sun|
|Bird Attracting, Bush Food Plants, Butterfly Plants, Dry Tropics Native Plant Species, Frost Tolerant Plants, Shade Providing Trees|
|Chapel Hill, Chelmer, Clayfield, Corinda, Cubberla Creek, Enoggera Catchment, Fruitgrove, Graceville, Ipswich area, Kenmore, Kenmore Hills, Logan City, Oxley, Pine Rivers, Pinjarra Hills, Pullenvale, Runcorn, Sherwood, South Brisbane, St Lucia, Underwood, Upper Brookfield, West End, Westlake|