Lomatia fraseri



Lomatia fraseri, common name tree lomatia, is a shrub or small tree to 8 m high; buds rusty-hairy. Leaves lanceolate to elliptic, 6–12 cm long, 1–3.5 cm wide, dull green, faintly net-veined

and glabrous above, pale yellow-green, rusty or silvery, silky-hairy below; apex acuminate; margins deeply or shallowly toothed; petiole 10–25 mm long. Inflorescence a terminal or axillary raceme or panicle, 8–12 cm long, mostly shorter than leaves; pedicels 5–10 mm long. Tepals
7–9 mm long, white or cream, densely pubescent. Follicle 20–30 mm long, leathery, blackish; seeds c. 10 per follicle, to c. 17 mm long including wing. Flowers Dec.–Feb.

216.00 Location Many specimens form part of the Tarwin River bank restoration plantings by the West Gippsland CMA in 2009/11

SKU: 216 TAG: River restoration planting

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