Native Cherry

07th May 2017
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{Exocarpos cupressiformis)

A small tree 3 to 8 metres tall, the native cherry or cherry ballart is prominent on Nungurner roadsides and in gardens. It relies on the roots of other nearby trees to use as a host for growth.

The red “cherries” evident from July to November are edible and attractive to birds as food. Why not decorate a native cherry in your garden for Christmas?

It's soft foliage and shape makes it a perfect alternative to the traditional pine.

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