Leptospermum lanigerum, common name woolly tea-tree, is a medium shrub to about 3 metres. Leaves may be grey-green to dark green with dense, small hairs and are generally oval-shaped to around 12 mm long. The white, 5-petalled flowers are fairly typical of the genus being circular (about 15 mm diameter) with numerous small stamens surrounding the central stigma. Flowers are followed by small, woody fruits containing many seeds; the fruits remain unopened until they are removed from the plant or the plant dies.
214.00 Location D4 Latitude; -38.402634000000 Longitude; 146.052114000000
Specimens form part of the Tarwin River bank restoration plantings