Lomatia myricoides, common name River Lomatia or Long-leaf Lomatia, is a medium shrub to small tree. It is usually grows to about 2-3 metres but can reach 5 metres or more in favourable conditions. The leaves are up to 200mm long, narrow with irregularly toothed margins. The scented flowers occur in racemes in the leaf axils or at the ends of branches. They are usually white or cream but pink forms are known. The flowers are followed by dry fruits containing a number of winged seeds.
227.00 Location; Many specimens form part of the Tarwin River bank restoration plantings.