Cryptocarya triplinervis (Brown Laurel/Three-veined Laurel)
Cryptocarya triplinervis is a medium evergreen tree growing up to 15m in height and 5m in width.
Part of the Lauraceae plant family this tree attracts many birds, butterflies and is the host tree for the Emperor Gum Moth.
Growing a pale green, slightly fragrant flowers from September to December and a dark blue fruit ripe from February.
Native Distribution : New South wales, Queensland.
Light Preference : Full Sun, Partial Sun.
Water Preference : Moderate Water
Typical Height : 10-15m