Common Name: Swamp Bloodwood
Native to northwest Australia around lagoon and creek habitats. Grows 4 to 8 m in cultivation but can reach 20 m in its natural habitat. Trees can develop a crooked growth and can flop over when young with drooping branches. Leaves are lanceolate up to 30 m long and 7 cm wide. Pink flowers in large clusters appear February to May, followed by large woody pods. A popular ornamental park, street and garden tree. Prefers full sun and good drainage.