Category Archives: Melaleuca

Melaleuca dealbata

Large spreading paperbark, with broad leaves, cream flowers, inhabits wetlands and moist area adjacent to swamps, signifies fresh water in abundance. It’s a pity about the Government robots: Melaleuca dealbata – Department of the Environment http://www.environment.gov.au/cgi-bin/species-bank/sbank-treatment.pl?id=8572 A description for this … Continue reading

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Melaleuca minutifolia

Medium to small Paperbark, with fine small leaves. Found throughout Central Kimberley¬† and North Kimberley.  

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Melaleuca alsophila

Small to medium salt tolerant Paperbark, with small leave and high oil content. Grows in thickets along saline mudflats of the Kimberley.

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Melaleuca leucodendra

Tall weeping Paperbark, along most large Kimberley rivers. Can reach over 20m in moist conditions

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Melaleuca bracteata

Black Tea tree, has dark trunk, spreading habit, cream flowers and small leaves.

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Melaleuca lasiandra

Small to medium grey desert dwelling Paperbark tree, cream flowers.

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Melaleuca nervosa

Small to medium paperbark, grows in the drier areas near swamps, smaller leaves than M.viridiflora, but also has red, pink or green flowers.

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Melaleuca viridiflora

Medium tree with broad leaves, pink, green or red flowers, this is the Broad-leaf Paperbark…

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