Elaeocarpus reticulatus Blueberry Ash
A large shrub or a small tree with bright green glossy, lance-shaped leaves, with finely toothed edges. The upper surface of the leaf shows many fine veins. The flowers are conspicuous and numerous, pendulous, white or sometimes with a pink tinge, with frilled edge. The fruit is a blue berry.
Habitat: Sheltered forests, rainforest edges. Commonly planted in urban parks
Flowering: Late spring
Distribution: Widespread from coast to mountains. Along coast and tablelands from S. Qld. to Victoria and Tasmania.
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