|BRIEF DESCRIPTION A tall shrub 3-5 m or a small tre reaching up to 13 m in height. USES The wood can be used as fuel and charcoal. The tree is a source of honey, it can be used for low shelter and as an ornamental. GROWING PERIOD Perennial. COMMON NAMES Neofabricia myrtifolia. FURTHER INF Neofabricia myrtifolia occurs in northern Queensland, Australia within the latitudinal range 11-16°S at elevations between sea level and 500 m. It can be found on sandstone palteaux and tablelands, steep sandstone or granite outcrops, ridges, and sandy coastal plains and ridges.
|SOURCES (N. myrtifolia (Gaertn.) J. Thompson)
Turnbull J 1986 pp 292-293 [TEMP, KTMP, RAIN, TEXT, PH, FER, DRA, DEP, USE]