Terminalia petiolaris

A medium sized and spreading semi-deciduous species with drupes turning purple when ripe, found around all Kimberley coastal regions. Sometimes called marool or Blackberry tree

Terminalia petiolaris

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Amateur ecologist and horticulturalist and CEO of Kimberley Environmental Horticulture Inc. (Tom Harley)
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2 Responses to Terminalia petiolaris

  1. derbyiters says:

    Hi there, i have 2 billy goat plums and another ( unknown named small tree ) that is a bush fruit of the Kimb’s that has a purple fruit 2/3 X bigger than the bgp that has a differing leaf format. Trying to find out what it is ? “ it has a pointed leaf end, that growing quicker than the other bgp at home 👍 thanks for any ideas ?.”


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