Will withstand wet or seasonally dry conditions and produces creamy yellow flowers in long pendulous racemes.
The flowers appear in large clusters, creamy white and fragrant.
The flowers are very attractive to bees and nectar seeking insects and birds.The foliage is glossy, alternate and whorled.
The flowers are followed by a blue fruit which are very attractive for the native Cassowary, hence one of the common names.
These fruit small a little like mango, hence one of the other common names.